This blog is for students taking English 140-189 at Athabasca University.
Sentence 1. The daffodils are already blooming in my garden on this sunny day.Sentence 2. Even if there is still some snow on the ground, the daffodils are already blooming in my garden.Sentence 3. The daffodils are already blooming in my garden, and yet I cannot believe it is spring already.
dependent clause.1.Isn't it wonderful to see the daffodils already blooming in my gardenindependent clause.2. I planted the seeds a month ago and The daffodils are already blooming in my garden.A phrase3. The daffodils are already blooming in my garden, a true sign of spring.
Hi Annie,In this exercise you can only add the required phrase or clause, but you shouldn't be changing the original, given clause.
Well done, Olena.Annie, your first sentence doesn't add a dependant clause (and watch the capitalization in your second sentence).
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