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Is the underlined clause independent or subordinate? (If he had been left to himself,) Brian would have been happy to whistle his life away. A. independent B. subordinate
If he had been left to himself, Brian would have been happy to whistle his life away. The independent clause is: Brian would have been happy to whistle his life away. The subordinate clause is: If he had been left to himself.
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If he had been left to himself, Brian would have been happy to whistle his life away. The independent clause is: Brian would have been happy to whistle his life away. The subordinate clause is: If he had been left to himself.
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