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Synthesis of Two Simple Sentence into one Complex Sentence using adverb clause 1

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

1. The nurse must be very tired. She had no sleep last night.

2. A gentleman may call. Please ask him to wait.

3. He ran so quickly. He soon overtook me.

4. I will get ready. Do not go till then.

5. He spoke in a very low voice. Nobody could hear him.

6. I wound my watch this morning. It has stopped.

7. It was very stuffy last night. I could not sleep.

8. The monsoon may break this month. Otherwise the wells will run dry.

9. I may help you. I may not help you. You are sure to lose the game.

10. The fireman came out of the house. The roof collapsed that very moment.

11. Success attends hard work. Failure attends bad work.

12. You must hurry. You will miss the train otherwise.

13. The delegates arrived. The discussion was resumed.

14. He is very old. He enjoys good health.

15. No more funds are available. The work has been stopped.

ANSWERS

  1. The nurse must be tired, as she had no sleep last night.
  2. If a gentleman calls, please ask him to wait.
  3. He ran so quickly that he soon overlook me.
  4. Do not go till I get ready.
  5. As he spoke in a very low voice, nobody could hear him.
  6. Although I mended my watch this morning, it has stopped.
  7. As it was very stuffy, I could not steep last night.
  8. Unless the monsoon breaks this month, the wells will run dry.
  9. Whether I help you or not, you are sure to lose the game.
  10. As soon as the fireman came out of the house, the roof collapsed.
  11. Success attends hard work, while failure attends bad work.
  12. If you do not hurry, you will miss the train.
  13. When the delegates arrived, the discussion was resumed.
  14. Though he is very old, he enjoys good health.
  15. As no more funds are available, the work has been stopped.


 

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