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Synthesis of Two Simple Sentence into one Complex Sentence using adverb clause 2

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

1. He saw me coming. He immediately took to his heels.

2. I may be blunt. I am at least honest.

3. He was contradicted. He was annoyed.

4. He bled profusely. He died.

5. This may be true of some. It is not true of all.

6. He ran quickly. He soon overtook me.

7. I had left home. Your letter arrived afterwards.

8. He saw us. He disappeared immediately.

9. He will not go out in the rain. He is afraid of getting wet.

10. The bandits fought desperately. They could not bear the idea of being taken alive.

11. The sailors cast anchor. They did so to prevent the ship from drifting on the rocks.

12. You make a good deal of noise. I cannot work.

13. We may sail to-morrow. It depends on the weather.

14. It is very simple. Even a child can understand it.

15. He was returning from school. He was caught in a shower.

ANSWERS

  1. As soon as he saw me coming, he took to his heels.
  2. Though I am blunt, I am at least honest.
  3. When he was contradicted he was annoyed.
  4. As he bled profusely, he died.
  5. Though it is true of some, it is not true of all.
  6. As he ran quickly, he soon overtook me.
  7. Your letter arrived after I had left home.
  8. As soon as he saw us, he disappeared.
  9. He will not go out in the rain lest he should get wet.
  10. The bandits fought desperately, as they could not bear the idea of being taken alive.
  11. The sailors cast anchor so that they might prevent the ship from drifting on the rocks.
  12. Since you make a good deal of noise, I cannot work.
  13. We may sail tomorrow if the weather permits.
  14. It is so simple that even a child can understand it.
  15. When he was returning from school, he was caught in a shower.

 

 

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