Re: 2 sentences?
In general, subordinate clauses are always separated from the main clause by the coma. Take a look at
If you arrive on time, you will get good seats.
A subordinate clause (Nebensatz in German) is a sentence which is complete in that it's got all the necessary elements to be considered a sentence on its own right (for example the sentence If you arrive on time has a subject, a verb (phrase) and an adverbial); however, it does not make sense on its own and is depedent on another sentence, the main clause (you will get good seats) In general, they are introduced by a conjunction (if in our example) In English, when you put a subordinate clause at the beginning of a sentence, as in our example, you must also separate it from the rest of the sentence by a coma. Cheers
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