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Need help combinig these sentences .I havee to make dependent clauses.The heavy door wouldnt budge.we tried to close it.

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    Dependent clauses will have introductory words that are easy to identify:

    when, if, because, since, although, if, and others (to make adverb clauses)

    who, whom, whose, which, that - relative pronouns (to make adjective clauses)

    Try starting the revised sentence with "When" and then add the second clause and finally the first clause. What do you get?

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