After having the basil turn to black in the first hard freeze, Tom knew the preliminary phase of his winter garden was complete. Because he planted kale and mustard greens where they would receive the most sun, he was pretty sure that they would survive all but the worst cold snaps of South Jersey.
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Pretty much just the example sentences
Here are my notes for our discussion of subordinate and relative clauses.
Folks, I hope you are all safe after Sandy. If you can get to campus on Friday, we will begin discussing dependent clauses. If not, see the class notes that I will post soon. Happy Halloween.
I think about linking verbs and participles quite a bit and want you to do so, too. As I have suggested in class, every verb can be conjugated into several forms, two of which are participial forms. To eat (infinitive form) eat (present tense form) ate (past tense form) eating (present participial form) eaten (past [...]