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Prisoner and Inmate are two words that can be used to refer to someone whose liberty to live freely in the society have been taken, and he's now being held at a particular place. Most times, people's knowledge of the two words has always been someone that is incarcerated in prison, either because he's on trial or because he's serving a sentence. While this is true, the word inmate has other meanings that are closely related but certainly different from the one you know.

An inmate is a word that can be used for someone who is confined to an institution such as a hospital. When a patient stays very long in a particular hospital, the word inmate can be used to refer to such a person. The inmate also refers to someone who dwells within a dwelling-place. For example, a guest in a hotel can be regarded as an inmate

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Compound sentence because clauses are connected with coordinating conjunction.

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Its a compound sentence because "John went to school today" is an independent cluase, as well as "James remained at home." They both express a complete thought.The sentencehas 2 independent clauses seperated by a ", FANBOY". Compound sentences have 3ways to join the 2 independent clauses, one of them being " , FANBOY", in this case the FANBOY is "but".

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complex sentence is what I think it is now
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Where do they mention the name greyhound? If the name was there for a breed name the answer would have been different.

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The answer is simple because " after the tornado hit" is a prepositional phrase. to be more exactand adverb prep phrase

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This sentence is a simple sentence because it goes straight to the point

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