Read this paragraph from a student’s short story: Dalton zipped his jacket as high as it would go, covering his chin. He dug his hands deep into his pockets, wishing he’d worn gloves. It was late May. Mornings in the Grand Teton mountains felt like winter. It proved worthwhile though. In the still of the dawn, a caravan of bison walked right in front of him. ( 1: Add at least two dependent clauses. One of the clauses must be a noun clause. To add a dependent clause, either make an independent clause dependent, or add a dependent clause to one of the independent clauses. Have fun with the clauses you add — it’s okay to add new details or change the meaning of the story! Explain how each clause you added affects the story. ( Will Mark ).
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