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Question: If I add will go together to when my friends arrive does it make sense as a independent clause
No, it does not make sense as an independent clause. An independent clause should be a complete sentence that can stand on its own, with a clear subject and predicate. A possible correction could be: "I will go there when my friends arrive." This independent clause has a clear subject "I," the predicate "will go," and a dependent clause "when my friends arrive" that adds information about the timing.
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