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Director
Joined: 29 Aug 2005
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Kudos [?]: 488 [0], given: 7

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03 Jul 2007, 10:32
I am informed, though I find it hard to believe, that we leave for Uzbekistan next week.

What word or phrase is the bold section - i.e the adjective clause - modifying? And why?

thank you!

Kudos [?]: 488 [0], given: 7

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03 Jul 2007, 10:53
botirvoy wrote:
I am informed, though I find it hard to believe, that we leave for Uzbekistan next week.

What word or phrase is the bold section - i.e the adjective clause - modifying? And why?

thank you!

there are 2 clauses: dependent and independent.
1. independent clause: I am informed that we leave for Uzbekistan next week.
2. dependent clause: though I find it hard to believe

we can write this sentence in many ways as under:

1. I am informed, though I find it hard to believe, that we leave for Uzbekistan next week.

2. I am informed that we leave for Uzbekistan next week, though I find it hard to believe,

3. Though I find it hard to believe, I am informed that we leave for Uzbekistan next week.

Kudos [?]: 157 [0], given: 0

Director
Joined: 29 Aug 2005
Posts: 855

Kudos [?]: 488 [0], given: 7

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04 Jul 2007, 06:50
Himalayan wrote:
there are 2 clauses: dependent and independent.
1. independent clause: I am informed that we leave for Uzbekistan next week.
2. dependent clause: though I find it hard to believe

we can write this sentence in many ways as under:

1. I am informed, though I find it hard to believe, that we leave for Uzbekistan next week.

2. I am informed that we leave for Uzbekistan next week, though I find it hard to believe,

3. Though I find it hard to believe, I am informed that we leave for Uzbekistan next week.

From sentence to sentence, aren't the meaning of sentences changing?

Kudos [?]: 488 [0], given: 7

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