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Examples of complex sentense


A complex sentence contains an independent clause and at least one dependent clause. An independent clause can stand alone as a sentence and makes a complete thought and a dependent clause can not stand alone, even though it has a subject and a verb.

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Dec 06, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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A complex sentence for spontaneously


Warmed by the sun, thousands of monarch butterflies spontaneously take flight.

Some of these peaks have been known to spew gas plumes that spontaneously combust, sending tongues of fire high into the sky.

In scramjets, oxygen is rammed into a combustion chamber where it mixes with fuel and spontaneously ignites.

Apr 28, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Complex sentences


That is a complex sentence. What is the question?

Nov 19, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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What is an Armoire used for?


Armoires original function was to store bulkyand extravagant clothing for royalty, however these days they have lots of usesfor example extra storage space for storing computers, bedding, entertainmentsystems and other bulky items such as jewelry.

May 29, 2012 | Furniture

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Examples of simple sentence


The following are simple sentences:
"The dog eats its food."
"The girl washes her clothes."
"The man hates exercise."
The simple sentence is typically has a subject (the dog / the girl / the man), followed by a verb (eats / washes / hates), followed by an object (food / clothes / exercise).
You could also have simple sentences consisting of only a subject and a verb, for example:
"The man cries."
"The bird flies."
"The girl sings."

A complex sentence would be:
"The girl washes her clothes, but then throws it away."
"The man cries, because he hurt his toe."
"The dog eats its food and then plays on the lawn."
The complex sentence is typically made up of simple sentences that are joined together by conjunctions. Conjunctions are words like "and", "but", "because", "although", etc.

So, the complex sentences above, actually looks like this when you look at them closely:
"The girl washes her clothes" + "The girl throws her clothes away." - joined by "but".
"The man cries" + "The man hurt his toe." - joined by "because".
"The dog eats its food" + The dog plays on the lawn." - joined by "and".
Complex sentences can be very long, consisting of many simple sentences that are all joined by conjunctions.

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Jul 24, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Vertical lines and purple artifacts when the camera is aimed at bright subjects


Current LCD display technology can reproduce about 300 different levels of brightness. Brightly lit scenes or light sources may exceed this brightness range, causing a temporary disruption (artifacts) in the live display. Artifacts are part of the display, but they are not part of your recorded image. If you take a picture while you see artifacts on the screen and then display the picture on the LCD, you will no longer see the artifacts.

Aug 29, 2005 | Kodak EasyShare CX7530 Digital Camera

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