Simple and Compound Sentences

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Sentence Types : 

Simple and Compound Sentences Sentence Types

What is this? : 

What is this?

What is a simple sentence? : 

What is a simple sentence? One independent sentence A complete sentence This is a bus. My hand and feet hurt.

Simple Sentences : 

Simple Sentences I love dancing. Do you love dancing? I live in the house with the red door. My teeth and my nose hurts. Please send me an email. I would like to look at the document. I don’t want to look at the document. You can give her the paperclips and the A4 sheets.

What is this? : 

What is this? What is that?

What is a compound sentence? : 

What is a compound sentence? Two independent sentences Both sentences are combined together The sentences are combined using by appropriate punctuation or a conjunction. This is a bus, that is a tractor. and

Gluing the sentences together : 

Gluing the sentences together F - For A - And N - Nor B - But O - Or Y - Yet S - So Conjunctions

Gluing the Sentences : 

Gluing the Sentences She went to the corner store, for she had heard the quality of their products is good. She came for the party, and found it very noisy. She didn’t like plays, nor did she like movies. They went to the party together, but they didn’t talk to each other. Eat some breakfast, or you’ll feel faint. She was ill, yet she went to school. She was good at cooking, so they asked her to make lunch.

Punctuation : 

Punctuation The Comma Use a comma after the first independent sentence when linking two sentences using a conjunction. The Semi-colon Use a semicolon when linking two independent sentences without a conjunction. Semi-colons can also be used when using conjunctions like “however”, “therefore”, and moreover.

Compound Sentences : 

Compound Sentences Raj sits quietly in the garden, and he wants to be alone. Tigers have stripes; they also have teeth. She said yes, but she wasn't sure. Pay attention, or you won’t understand grammar. I don’t like coffee, nor do I like tea. I don’t mind taking up he project, but I don’t think I have the time. They couldn't travel back; therefore, they decided to camp for the night.

Punctuate! : 

Punctuate! I like to read. I like to only comics. I don’t like tea. I don’t like coffee. She knows four languages. My friends likes plays. She can translate texts. Pay attention. You won’t understand anything. I like to dance. I attended the dance show.

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