This blog is for students taking English 140-189 at Athabasca University.
Sentence 1. Add a phrase: I’m looking forward to the New Year to celebrate it with my friends. Sentence 2. Add a dependent clause: I’m looking forward to the New Year whereas some people do not celebrate it. Sentence 3. Add an independent clause: I’m looking forward to the New Year; in fact, this is my favourite holiday.
Sentence 1. I'm looking forward to the New Year party at Dan's.Sentence 2. I would like to have a few more weeks of this year left, although I'm looking forward to the New Year.Sentence 3. I'm done with this year, and I'm looking forward to the New Year.
Well done.Liudmila, next time see if you can avoid using a semi-colon.Olena, technically you subordinated the original phrase (rather than adding one) in your second sentence.
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