How can I combine each of the following sets of propositions into a cumulative sentence with only one independent clause? 1.Robert's head was crammed full. It was full of math formulas. His stomach was gurgling. He had not eaten breakfast. He walked to the room. The exam would be given there. He sat down at a desk. The desk was in the frort of the room. He waited for the exam to start. He was impatient. 2. Annette was brimming with confidence. She was dressed to kill. She strolled into the ballroom. The ballroom was full of executives. She stopped in the middle of the room. Everyone could see her. Everyone could hear her announcement. The announcement would stun everyone. 3. Bill had purchased land at a good price. He was able to sell it. He was able to recover the money. He had lost the money. He had lost it earlier that year. He had lost it in a deal. The deal had ruined his partners. The deal had almost bankrupted him. 4. Monkey Island is famous and popular. The monkey island is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean. The monkey island has a variety of different monkeys. It's afternoon. It's summer. Anna is wearing sunglasses and a necklace. Anna has light-brown hair. Anna is 25 years old. 5. The monkey is named by Jin. The monkey is curious and furry and fearless. The monkey is free to go anywhere. The monkey opens her mouth fierecely. The monkey is looking for a peach. The monkey is standing on her arm.
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