2 A simple sentence contains ONE independent clause. I love to cook.
3 Simple SentenceA simple sentence can have a compound subject.Rachel Ray and Emeril Lagasse are my two favorite TV chefs.
4 A simple sentence can have a compound verb. Giada De Laurentiss is looking and is smiling at the camera.
5 A simple sentence can have a compound subject AND a compound verb. Pat Neely and Gina Neely own a restaurant in Memphis and have a show on Food Network.
6 Compound SentencesA compound sentence contains two or more independent clauses and NO dependent clauses.A compound sentence needs a COMMA and a CONJUNCTION or a SEMI-COLON to join the independent clauses together.
7 Compound SentencesA compound sentence needs a COMMA and a CONJUNCTION or a SEMI-COLON to join the independent clauses together.Guy loves to visit different places, and he loves to eat the food he finds there.
8 Compound SentencesA compound sentence needs a COMMA and a CONJUNCTION or a SEMI-COLON to join the independent clauses together.Ace of Cakes is one of my favorite TV shows; I love to watch them build cakes.
9 Complex SentencesA complex sentence contains one independent clause and at least one dependent clause.The DEPENDENT clause “part” of a complex sentence can be an adjective clause or an adverb clause.
10 Complex Sentences- ADJECTIVE clause Adjective clauses are subordinate clauses that function as adjectives. They can modify any noun or any pronoun.Usually begin with a relative pronoun-whosewhomwhichthatwho
11 Complex Sentences- ADJECTIVE clause Iron Chef , which features people who compete in creating culinary masterpieces, is another one of my favorite TV shows.
12 Complex Sentences- ADVERB clause Adverb Clauses are subordinate clauses that function as adverbs. They can modify any verb, any adjective or any other adverb.Usually begin with a subordinating conjunction-after Because WhenWhere Although WhileAs soon as Since Unless
13 Complex Sentences- ADVERB clause When I grow up, I want to be just like Paula Deen.
14 Compound-Complex Sentences A compound-complex sentence contains two or more independent clauses and at least one dependent clause.
15 Compound-Complex Sentences Even though I’ll never have my own TV show, I will always love to cook, and I will always have my dream of becoming a chef.
16 Comma SplicesWhen two independent clauses are connected by only a comma, they constitute a run-on sentence that is called a comma-splice.I love to watch Food Network, Big Daddy’s House is my new favorite show.
17 To fix a comma splice, add a conjunction. I love to watch Food Network, and Big Daddy’s House is my new favorite show.
18 Run-On SentencesA RUN-ON SENTENCE (sometimes called a "fused sentence") has at least two parts, either one of which can stand by itself (in other words, two independent clauses), but the two parts have been written all together instead of being properly connected.I am not picky because I like to watch all of the Food Network shows because there are really good chefs on each show because the chefs are really talented.
19 To fix a RO- break the RO into smaller parts and take out unnecessary words. I am not picky because I like to watch all of the Food Network shows because there are really good chefs on each show because the chefs are really talented.BeforeI am not picky because I like to watch all of the Food Network shows. There are really talented chefs on each show.After
20 Honors Add-On Fix any comma splices and run-on sentences. Circle the comma/conjunctions and/or semi-colons used to make compound or compound-complex sentences.Find/add three compound-complex sentences-highlight them Code sentences on RD and on the final copy (see board).