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    Complex

    1. He worked hard to pass the examination.

    2. Only Hindus are admitted.

    3.His silence proves his guilt.

    Kindly change the above sentences into complex.

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    R-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram100 View Post
    1. He worked hard to pass the examination.

    2. Only Hindus are admitted.

    3.His silence proves his guilt.

    Kindly change the above sentences into complex.

    Thanks,
    R-
    Simple to complex
    1. Because he was weak in many subjects, he worked hard to pass the examination.
    2. Only Hindus are admitted here where teaching is based on certain belief.
    3. Though he prefers not to open his mouth, his silence proves his guilt.



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    Re: Complex

    Only the bold blue words are to be changed.
    Thanks MRM.

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    Re: Complex

    It was not clear from your question Any way please look at these:
    1. He worked hard because he had to pass the examination.

    2. This is a restricted institution of Hindus who are admitted.

    3.He prefers to be silent which proves his guilt.

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    Re: Complex

    Quote Originally Posted by Ram100 View Post
    1. He worked hard to pass the examination.

    2. Only Hindus are admitted.

    3.His silence proves his guilt.

    Kindly change the above sentences into complex.

    Thanks,
    R-
    He worked hard that he might pass the examination.

    If you are not a Hindu you will not be admitted.

    The fact that he is silent proves his guilt.

    Regards,
    rj1948.

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