Hi, there, i am confused to decide whether i have to combine the two sentences into non-defining or defining clause…i want to know if the word “new” here has given extra information.help me please!! thanks a lot.
[size=150]The new stadium will be opened next month.(It can hold 90,000 people)[/size]
How to combine these sentences into one by using relative clause??is it non-defining or defining???
2. [size=150]There was a strike at the car factory. It lasted ten days. It is now over.[/size]
There are many ways to combine those 3 sentences into 1 sentence. Here are just a few examples.
There was a 10 day strike at the car factory, which is now over.
The strike at the car factory, which is now over, lasted 10 days.
Although the strike at the car factory lasted 10 days, it is now over.
The 10 day car factory strike is now over.
There was a strike at the car factory lasting 10 days, but it’s over now.
There was a car factory strike lasting 10 days, which is now over.