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split of sentence [#permalink] New post 25 Sep 2013, 09:54
1.she went to the doctor, complaining of chest pains.
2.She went to the doctor and [She] complained of chest pains.
3.Going to the doctor, she complained of chest pains.
4. she went to the doctor to complain that she had chest pains.

What is the difference among the four sentences? do these four sentences carry the same meaning? please explain it grammatically in detail.I am waiting for reply.
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