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Complete the sentence below by interrupting it with two parallel if clauses:
The problem of race relations, if………., and if………. must be solved.
If you'll add the two "if" clauses in the blanks and re-post, someone here will be happy to let you know if you're on the right track.
Remember: A clause has a subject and verb in it. An "if" clause would be something like this: "if I were hungry" ...
what are the problems of race relation?
Check through some of those articles to see what ideas you come up with.
The problem of race relation, if people stop to separate races, and if they treat everyone equally, must be solved.
i came up with this but i know its wrong. can't u help me please
The problem of race relations, if we are to have a productive society and if we are to have true equality, must be solved.
The best way to test an "if" clause is to put it at the beginning of a sentence. IF it works there, then you can put it in the middle of the sentence.
You are welcome entirely!