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Sunday, May 20, 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:

... I enjoyed/didn't enjoy the Victoria Day weekend ...

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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vanessa said...

I didn't enjoy the Victoria day weekend because Queen Victoria's birthday is not celebrated in the Philippines.

Veronica Baig said...

Vanessa:That's a good dependent clause; now can you try to write three more sentences using the grammatical structures indicated.

Satvinder said...

1.Enjoyed the Victoria Day weekend.
2. As soon everyone arrives on Friday we can all enjoy the Victoria Day weekend.
3. When I enjoyed the Victoria Day weekend, I felt relaxed and refreshed.
4. First time in a long time the weather was perfect and everyone enjoyed the Victoria day weekend

Veronica Baig said...

#1: you haven't added anything--add a phrase.
#2: Yes, but watch the punctuation:)
#3: You have changed the main clause into another adverbial clause of time.
#4: There are two words missing from the clause that you added;)

Satvinder said...

A lot of people ennjoyed the Victoria Day weekend.

I enjoyed the Victoria Day weekend, I felt relaxed and refreshed.