Danny finished his homework, finished it right before his mother returned home.
Danny finished his homework, finished right before his mother returned home.
Are both sentences correct?
A resumptive modifier by def picks up a word from the previous sentence and adds some facts to it.
In this case,'it' is necessary to show what the continuing thought is about(homework).
So technically, does my sentence contain a resumptive modifying clause? I restated the verb rather than the noun/subject.
The Swiss watchmaker’s failure
to capitalize on the invention of the digital timepiece was both astonishing
in that the Swiss had, since the beginning of the industrial evolution in Europe, been among the first to capitalize on technical innovations, alarming
in that a tremendous industrial potential had been lost to their chief competitors.
this stem has two resumptive clauses with no connection to the original stem to the subject but both clauses have a subject