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Identify the sentence type. Nathan, who never does anything wrong, did something wrong.
Nathan, who never does anything wrong, did something wrong. This is a complex sentence as there is an independent clause as well as a dependent clause.
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User: Identify the sentence type. Nathan, who never does anything wrong, did something wrong.

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Nathan, who never does anything wrong, did something wrong.
This is a complex sentence as there is an independent clause as well as a dependent clause.
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