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# Where is JP, and Skoper? - Dependent inside Relative Clau

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14 Jul 2003, 14:59
I hope JP didn't leave us, we need his free brain.

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I answered an GMAT Example today and this sounds weird.

Apparently depedent clauses can go inside relative clauses ?

This supposedly is right, but why?

1) James is worried about something although he is usually happy.

Sounds better in my opinion, but is this a dependent clause?
James is worried about something even though he is usually happy. Does even though start a dependent clause? I am a native speaker and I find this really weird.
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14 Jul 2003, 21:27
From what I understand, "although" and "even though" are interchangable...

I would put a comma right before the dependent clause, though [before "although"], otherwise it sounds a bit like a run-on sentence.
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