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1. I like noodles that are covered in sauce.2. I like noodles that smell.3. I like noodles in my Chinese food.
1. I like noodles that are hot.2. I like noodles when I'm hungry.3. I like vegetables, and I like noodles.
Good try, McLean. But your first sentence adds a dependent clause (not a phrase) and your last sentence adds a phrase (not an independent clause).Brad, your first sentence also adds a dependent clause rather than a phrase.An example of a phrase in a sentence might be "I like noodles in my soup."
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