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Kindly provide suitable clauses:
1. Having settled the quarrel ________________.
2. I would like him ______________.
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Will these be:
1. Get on with.
2. Cry up?
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GUNJ1. Get on with.2. Cry up?
No, those are not possible. Each clause must fit the grammar of the rest of the sentence.

As a hint, #1 requires a main clause, which looks like a sentence itself, including a subject and verb, while your second requires an infinitive clause (a clause starting with 'to' + infinitive verb).

Having settled the quarrel ramya got soo carried away she just dint listen to horn of truck and got involved into an horror accident

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1. Having settled the quarrel we relaxed.

2. I would like him to join me for breakfast.

Having settled the quarrel we went to school.

I would like him to give presentation in meeting.

anonymousHaving settled the quarrel we went to school.

This needs a comma: "Having settled the quarrel, we went to school."

anonymousI would like him to give presentation in meeting.

This is ungrammatical because it needs articles and a more natural preposition, perhaps "I would like him to give the presentation at the meeting."

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GUNJ Kindly provide suitable clauses:
1. Having settled the quarrel __they started talking to each other______________.
2. I would like him ______to have dinner with me________.
Thanks.