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Dependent and Independent Clauses-Exercise 1

Quiz by TESSA OLORVIDA

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10 questions
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  • Q1
    If you don't fix the car, IT WILL CONTINUE TO LEAK OIL.
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  • Q2
    WHILE THE CAR IS BEING FIXED, we will need to take the bus.
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  • Q3
    It isn't necessary to cram all night IF YOU HAVE STUDIED A LITTLE EACH DAY.
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  • Q4
    Before you begin studying for the exam, YOU WILL PROBABLY WANT TO REST.
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  • Q5
    I can't go to the movies SINCE I DON'T HAVE ANY MONEY.
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  • Q6
    WHETHER HE ATTENDS THE PARTY OR NOT, I have decided to go.
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  • Q7
    I WILL STOP PLAYING THE DRUMS when you go to sleep.
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  • Q8
    SINCE YOU'VE TAKEN YOUR EXAM IN BIOLOGY, you probably don't feel like studying for tomorrow's exam in math.
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  • Q9
    Until he apologizes to me for his rude behavior, I REFUSE TO SEE HIM.
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  • Q10
    I wore my boots BECAUSE IT LOOKED LIKE IT MIGHT SNOW.
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