English as a Second Language/Using relative clauses

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join these three sentences by using relative clauses. 1. Alex had closed his eyes. 2. It had been Alex's idea to come. 3. The success of the whole mission depended on Alex.

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Bipin,

thank you for your question.

I'm not sure I understand your request though, are you supposed to connect ALL three sentences into a longer one using relative clauses? I don't even see a connection between the three...

Please get back to me with more details on this so I can better assist you with this.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

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