5. If you see more than one subordinate or dependent clause in a sentence, you can usually isolate all but one by:
1. Changing the order of the sentences so that the most important information comes first.
2. Starting all but the first sentence with the filler words: this or this is or this was due to and so forth.
Example: John Smith walked his dog, which made him angry because the dog always cut into on-coming traffic, which, in turn, made the drivers angry at John, not the dog . This becomes John Smith was angry while walking his dog. This was because the dog would always cut into on-coming traffic. This, in turn, made the drivers irritated at John, not the dog .