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posted by rfvv

1. He was sleeping and his wife was knitting beside him.

2. While he was sleeping, his wife was knitting beside him.

3. He was sleeping his wife knitting beside him.

3-2. He was sleeping, his wife knitting beside him.

4. He was sleeping while his wife was knitting beside him.
[Are the sentences all the same in meaning? What about #3 and #3-2? Do we have to put a comma before 'his wife'?]

1. Writeacher

Yes, they all mean the same thing, but 3 needs a comma -- thus for 3-2, the comma is needed.

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