@-Saya- This was sent from a friend about Pokémon Go sent this to me is an example of a complex sentence but specifically the last sentence. So I think the question is how do you make a sentence with multiple independent clauses and dependent clauses, formed?
“I went to a park on my way to work this morning to hit the stops and knock out a gym”
“At 05:30 someone there!”
**“ not only that but when I went to a parking lot with a gym, when there was no one in it, less than a minute after I knocked it out, someone took it back over” **
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