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independent/dependent clause
Updated: 10/22/2018
independent/dependent clause
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  • This is Quigster the cat.
  • They are eating breakfast in a cafe, and after that, they are going to go to school.
  • This is his twin brother, Duncan, and this is his favorite toy, Bean-Besson-Ramen the bear.
  • As they were walking to school, they ran into their arch nemesis, Levibean the unicorn!
  • I'm going to take Bean-Besson-Ramen once and for all!
  • And with that, Levibean stole Bean-Besson-Ramen and galloped away.
  • Bean-Besson-Ramen! That's my toy!
  • The brothers tried to follow Levibean, but it was no use. He was too fast!
  • Quigster decided they needed to make a master plan to get Bean-Besson-Ramen back.
  • On the other hand, Duncan had a different idea.
  • So after school, Duncan led Quigster about the town, to go through with his idea.
  • We're going to the toy shop, so I can buy Levibean a teddy bear. That way, he'll give mine back!
  • Where are we going, Dunc Dunc?
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