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Combine the two sentences

Postby afieq » Wed Dec 05, 2012 10:53 am

I need help from all of you with this question.
Combine the two sentences below using a logical connector. Then discuss what the new sentence means.

Wendy continued to speak.
She was very nervous.

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Re: Combine the two sentences

Postby Kellogg » Wed Dec 26, 2012 9:47 pm

I would connect those sentences like this:

Wendy continued to speak even though she was very nervous.

Although Wendy was very nervous, she continued to speak.


I think that those new sentences mean something like:

Wendy was very nervous, but she did not let her nervousness stop her from speaking.

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