HESIA2 Grammar Practice Test - Question 1

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Which of these sentences contains a weak clause?

Explanation:

”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.