History of Chicago Essay

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History of Chicago




and
noun phrase noun phrase
We have tickets for the symphony and the opera.
but
sentence sentence
The orchestra rehearses on Tuesday, but the chorus rehearses on Wednesday.
or
verb verb
Have you seen or heard the opera by Scott Joplin?
so
sentence sentence
I wanted to sit in the front of the balcony, so I ordered my tickets early. and
noun phrase noun phrase
We have tickets for the symphony and the opera.
but
sentence sentence
The orchestra rehearses on Tuesday, but the chorus rehearses on Wednesday.
or
verb verb
Have you seen or heard the opera by Scott Joplin?
so
sentence sentence
I wanted to sit in the front of the balcony, so I ordered my tickets early. and
noun phrase noun phrase
We have tickets for the symphony and the opera.
but
sentence sentence
The orchestra rehearses on Tuesday, but the chorus rehearses on Wednesday.
or
verb verb
Have you seen or heard the opera by Scott Joplin?
so
sentence sentence
I wanted to sit in the front of the balcony, so I ordered my tickets early. and
noun phrase noun phrase
We have tickets for the symphony and the opera.
but
sentence sentence
The orchestra rehearses on Tuesday, but the chorus rehearses on Wednesday.
or
verb verb
Have you seen or heard the opera by Scott Joplin?
so
sentence sentence
I wanted to sit in the front of the balcony, so I ordered my tickets early. and
noun phrase noun phrase
We have tickets for the symphony and the opera.
but
sentence sentence
The orchestra rehearses on Tuesday, but the chorus rehearses on Wednesday.
or
verb verb
Have you seen or heard the opera by Scott Joplin?
so
sentence sentence
I wanted to sit in the front of the balcony, so I ordered my tickets early. and
noun phrase noun phrase
We have tickets for the symphony and the opera.
but
sentence sentence
The orchestra rehearses on Tuesday, but the chorus rehearses on Wednesday.
or
verb verb
Have you seen or heard the opera by Scott Joplin?
so
sentence sentence
I wanted to sit in the front of the balcony, so I ordered my tickets early. and
noun phrase noun phrase
We have tickets for the symphony and the opera.
but
sentence sentence
The orchestra rehearses on Tuesday, but the chorus rehearses on Wednesday.
or
verb verb
Have you seen or heard the opera by Scott Joplin?
so
sentence sentence
I wanted to sit in the front of the balcony, so I ordered my tickets early. and
noun phrase noun phrase
We have tickets for the symphony and the opera.
but
sentence sentence
The orchestra rehearses on Tuesday, but the chorus rehearses on Wednesday.
or
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