No matter how hard I tried, I couldn’t open the door.
A. Although I tried very hard, I couldn’t open the door.
B. Although I tried very hard, I could open the door.
C. In spite of I tried very hard, I couldn’t open the door.
D. I couldn’t open the door,even though trying very hard.
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Making my own clothes saves me money.
A. adverb phrase
B. participial phrase
C. adjective phrase
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