I am a little bit confused by the structure of the following sentence:
It is often argued that this is a positive development, whilst others disagree and think it will lead to adverse ramifications.
I have problems understanding a complex sentence within a definition of a philosophical term:
relativism, is the view that truth and falsity, right and wrong, standards of reasoning and procedures of ...
I have a problem with joining these sentences.
I conducted two experiments. The first experiment was conducted using temperature at 70oC and liquid flow rate of 2 l/min. The second ...
Are these sentences correct?
He saw me after he had entered the room.
He saw me after entering the room.
Entering the room, he saw me.
On entering the room, he saw me.
Upon entering the ...
Do adverb dependent clause in a compound-complex sentence modify multiple independent clauses?
It seems like if the adverb dependent clause is at the beginning position, ...