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Can you send me the link of that PDF which would help me in clarifying all type of doubts by myself on the topic simple, compound and complex sentences with its transformation so that I won't get puzzled?

Your sentence is a complex sentence. Simple = one independent clause (She has a doll) Compound = one independent clause joined to a second independent clause by one of the FANBOYS. (I have a few extra dollars, and she has a doll). A comma, except in brief sentences, is used to separate the two independent clauses. Complex = one independent clause (She has a doll) + a dependent clause — one unable to stand alone as a sentence (which is very dirty) Compound - complex = two independent clauses + a dependent clause (I have a few extra dollars, and she has a doll which is very dirty). Dependent clauses often begin with which. Do, however, stay alert for dependent clauses beginning with subordinating conjunctions. Here are a few. After, because, before, if, so that, that, when, while, though, although, as soon as, whenever.

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