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Khadar Elmi

Complex sentence

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  1. A complex sentence is a sentence that contains one independent clause and at least one dependent clause. The independent clause can stand alone as a complete sentence, but the dependent clause cannot. The dependent clause adds information or explanation to the independent clause.

    Here are some examples of complex sentences:

    * **Independent clause + dependent clause:**
    * The cat that was sitting on the mat ran away.
    * I will go to the store after I finish my homework.

    * **Dependent clause + independent clause:**
    * Because it was raining, we stayed inside.
    * When the bell rings, we will all go home.

    * **Complex sentence with two dependent clauses:**
    * Although I was tired, I still went to the party.
    * I will not eat the cake because it has too much sugar.

    As you can see, complex sentences can be used to add a lot of information to a sentence. They can also be used to make your writing more interesting and engaging.

    Here are some tips for writing complex sentences:

    * Use subordinating conjunctions to connect the independent and dependent clauses. Some common subordinating conjunctions are because, since, when, before, after, although, if, unless, and while.
    * Make sure that the dependent clause comes before the independent clause.
    * Use the correct punctuation to separate the independent and dependent clauses.

    With a little practice, you will be able to write complex sentences that are clear, concise, and informative.

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