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Hi,

I was hoping someone could help me work out how to break these sentences down into clauses:

Molluscs, like snails, often do the same, though unlike us, they start from eggs.

But the exoskeleton that encloses arthropods like a skin cannot grow bigger.

I can't seem to get it right and I can't start the rest of my grammar analysis until I do.

Thanks!
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Hello, eleni-- and welcome to EF.

Molluscs, like snails, often do the same, -- Clause 1
though, unlike us, they start from eggs.-- Clause 2

But the exoskeleton...cannot grow bigger.-- Clause 1
...that encloses arthropods like a skin...-- Clause 2
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