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29 August, 16:54

A clause is a subject and predicate

working together in a sentence.

Clauses are joined by conjunctions. Join

the clauses below by using coordinating

conjunctions (for, and, nor, but, or, yet,

so).

The cafeteria was crowded. I had to eat

outside.

My mom likes to cook spaghetti. It is

one of my least favorite meals.

It has been raining all week. I am ready

for a sunny day.

The noise in the classroom was too

loud. My teacher asked us to be

quieter.

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  1. 29 August, 17:44
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    Answer: * the cafeteria was crowded, so I had to eat outside

    *my mom likes to cook spaghetti and it's one of my least favourite meal

    *it has been raining all week, for I am ready for a sunny day

    * the noise in the classroom was too much, so my teacher asked us to be quieter
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