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complex sentences

A complex sentence has one main (or independent) clause and one (or
more) subordinate (or dependent) clauses.

In each sentence, the main clause is underlined, and the subordinate clause
is in italics.

After the storm subsided, we went out to inspect the grounds.
The ticket that you received in the mail is the right one.
You will be able to ride with us unless you would rather take the train.
If the trees shed their leaves during the next two weeks, I could use some
help with the raking
.

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    The German capital has a reputation for being a party city year round, so you can imagine what New Years Eve (known as Silvester) is like here. The centerpiece of the celebration is Party Mile, a two kilometer stretch of bars, international food stalls, laser shows, video screens, party tents, music stages, and more between Brandenburg Gate and Victory Column. After the fireworks show at midnight, the crowds head to the citys many dance floors, where they stay out until dawn or later. To somewhat counteract the debauchery, locals partake in the Berlin Silversterlauf (a pancake race in which runner flip flapjacks as they head toward the finish line) during the day, or participate in the annual, free four kilometer New Years Run the next day.


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