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Synthesis of Two Simple Sentence into one Complex Sentence using adjective clause

Combine each set of Simple sentences into one Complex sentence containing an Adjective clause: -

1. The theft was committed last night. The man has been caught.
2. The French and Italian languages are different from the Latin language. Latin was once spoken in almost every part of Europe.
3. The time was six o'clock. The accident happened then.
4. You are not keeping good health lately. Can you tell me the reason?
5. He has many plans for earning money quickly. All of them have failed.
6. A lion was proud of his strength. He despised the weakness of the mouse.
7. The grapes hung over the garden wall. The fox saw the grapes.
8. That is the school. I was taught there.
9. You put it somewhere. Show me the place.
10. My travelling companion was an old gentleman. His name is Mr. Haq. I met him in Basra.

ANSWERS

1.    The man who committed the theft last night has been caught.
2.    The French and the Italian languages are different from the Latin language, which was once spoken in almost every part of Europe. 
3.    The time when the accident happened was six o'clock.
4.    Can you tell me the reason why you are not keeping good health lately? 
5.    All the plans which he has for earning money quickly have failed.
6.    A lion who was proud of his strength despised the weakness of the mouse. 
7.    The fox saw the grapes which hung over the garden wall. 
8.    That is the school where I was taught.
9.    Show me the place where you put it.
10.    My travelling companion was an old gentleman by name Mr. Haq. whom I met in Basra. 

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