Compound & Compound-Complex Sentences
Terms in this set (20)
can stand on its own
can not stand on its own
F (stands for what coordinating conjunction)
A (stands for what coordinating conjunction)
N (stands for what coordinating conjunction)
B (stands for what coordinating conjunction)
O (stands for what coordinating conjunction)
Y (stands for what coordinating conjunction)
S (stands for what coordinating conjunction)
a sentence with two independent clauses and coordinating conjunction
a sentence with at least two independent clauses and one or more dependent clauses.
can be used instead of a coordinating conjunction
when, because, if, whoever, as, until..........
Compound Sentence Example
Tommy loves to read, and his favorite series is Harry Potter.
Compound-Complex Sentence Example
When Jane went to school, she was given a pop quiz, and that caused her to have a bad day.
Dependent Clause Example
After the man picked up the ax,
Independent Clause Example
Tiffany loved to speak in front of people.
A person, place, thing, or idea that the sentence is about.
Show the state of being or action of the subject.
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