Which of these sentences contains a weak clause?
After we had lunch she told me she was hungry but wouldn’t eat more.
She said she is feeling hungry, but she is not going to eat.
Although she is hungry, she is not going to eat.
She is hungry but she’s not going to eat.
”Although she is hungry, she is not going to eat.” is correct. A weak clause begins with words such as although, since, if, when, and because. Another hallmark of the weak clause is that it can not stand on its own.
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