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Saturday, July 28, 2007


Use the type of clause, phrase, or grammar indicated to complete the following sentence; you can add the phrase or clause before or after the clause below:

... it's hard to believe that July is almost over ...
1. Use a phrase
2. Use an adverbial clause of time
3. Use a dependent clause (other than an adverbial clause of time)
4. Use an independent clause

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Dave said...

I have been working everyday and now it’s hard to believe July is almost over.
2. After working endless hours all month, it’s hard to believe July is almost over.
3. It’s hard to believe July is almost over now where did the time go.
4. It’s hard to believe summer is almost over and I have not finished painting my fence.

Veronica Baig said...

Dave: #1--that's more than a phrase; #2--good; #3--that's an independent clause, so watch the punctuation; #4--good, but again, check punctuation.