about Adjective clause

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zulaa_z

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Hello,

I have to combain two simple clauses using grammar of adjective clause. Here are the sentences.

A. The crust of the Earth are bubbling liquids.
B. The scientists discovered it rise to the surface.

I combained these sentences as below:

The crust of the Earth the scientists discovered rise to the surface are bubbling liquids.

Or The crust the scientists discovered rise to the surface of the Earth are bubbling liquids.

Could you tell me which one is correct?

Thx for your time,
 

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Hello,
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I have to combain two simple clauses using grammar of adjective clause. Here are the sentences.

A. The crust of the Earth are bubbling liquids.
B. The scientists discovered it rise to the surface.
Two possibilities are...
1...The crust of the Earth, which consists of bubbling liquids, has been discovered by the scientists to be rising to the surface.

2...The scientists discovered that the crust of the Earth, which consists of bubbling liquids, is rising to the surface.



Thx for your time,
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