Can a adverb dependent clause in a compound-complex sentence modify multiple independent clauses? For example like the examples below.
How can I tell how many independent clauses a dependent clause modify in a compound-complex sentence?
I put the dependent clause at the beginning for Example 1.
If you don't feel tired in the language class, it doesn't mean you will be good at languages, but it means you are passionate about languages.
How about putting the dependent clause at the end like the two examples below?
You are not necessarily an introvert, but you are a quiet type of person if you don't feel like talking to classmates often.
Miraculously, the couple suffered only light injuries, and no other residents of the building were injured as the old building collapsed.