Reply Wed 3 Nov, 2021 05:57 am
Hello, teachers.

I saw the following sentence in a government letter. The year the letter was sent out was 1947:

"Together with what you have given us, if you could (at this stage of the investigation) submit the rest of the other documents, it will be helpful for you and me."

In the above, can I say that "it will be helpful for you and me" is the independent clause?

Thank you
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Reply Wed 3 Nov, 2021 10:25 am
Actually, it’s the main clause.
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Reply Wed 3 Nov, 2021 06:37 pm
@PUNKEY,
Thank you very much, Punkey.
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