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+ Types of Sentences. + Simple & Compound Sentences 1. The cat ate its food. 2. My friend watched a movie. 3. The cat ate its food, and my dog licked.

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1 + Types of Sentences

2 + Simple & Compound Sentences 1. The cat ate its food. 2. My friend watched a movie. 3. The cat ate its food, and my dog licked its bowl. 4. My friend watched a movie, but she didn’t like it.

3 + Simple Sentences 1. The cat ate its food. 2. My friend watched a movie. Simple Sentences: 1. Subject & verb but NO CLAUSES. 2. Simple Sentence = Independent Clause 3. Express 1 idea Ex. I went to the park. I stepped on a needle.

4 + Compound Sentences 1. The cat ate its food, and my dog licked its bowl. 2. My friend watched a movie, but she didn’t like it. 3. My friend watched a movie; she didn’t like it. Characteristics 1. Two INDEPENDENT CLAUSES 2. Joined by a Coordinating Conjunction or a ; 1. FANBOYS; a. For, And, Nor, But, Or, Yet, So ; 2. Commas always precedes the conjunction

5 + Review—Simple Sentences Simple Sentences: 1. S_______ & v_______ but NO C_______. 2. Simple Sentence = I__________ __________ 3. Expresses 1 idea Ex. I went to the park. Red = ____ purple = _____ green ____ I stepped on a needle.

6 + Review—Compound Sentences Compound Sentence Characteristics 1. T_____ IN________ CL_________ 2. Joined by a Coordinating Conjunction or a ; 1. FANBOYS; a. F___, A____, N____, B___, O__, Y__, S__/ ___ 2. C______ always precedes the conjunction Ex: My friend watched a movie, but she didn’t like it.

7 + Simple or Compound? 1. I have to do my homework. 2. I have to do my homework and wash dishes. 3. I do my homework, but my brother washes dishes. 4. I didn’t do my homework, and my brother didn’t do the dishes. 5. Marsha broke her nose, and everyone laughed.

8 + Complex Sentences Although we had the day off, I am still behind. Because you didn’t go to school yesterday, you missed me : )- Until you laugh at my corny jokes, I will continue to torture you with them. When you laugh as you learn, you remember your lessons better. If you don’t know what complex sentences are, I will tell you in a minute : )~

9 + Complex Sentences Have the following ingredients: 1 Independent Clause 1 Dependent (subordinate) Clause 1 Subordinating Conjunction After/when/because/if/although/while/until/before + many more If the subordinating clause/conjunction comes first in the sentence, you need a comma before the independent clause

10 + Complex Sentences—identify the independent/subordinate clauses Although we had the day off, I am still behind. I am still behind although we had the day off. Because you didn’t go to school yesterday, you missed me : )- You missed me because you didn’t go to school yesterday. Until you laugh at my corny jokes, I will continue to torture you with them. I will continue to torture you with my corny jokes until you have at them. When you laugh as you learn, you remember your lessons better. You remember your lessons better when you laugh as you learn. If you don’t know what complex sentences are, I will tell you in a minute : )~

11 + Complex Sentences— 3 parts=1 Subordinating conjunction + 1 independent clause + 1 subordinate clause Although we had the day off, I am still behind. I am still behind although we had the day off. Because you didn’t go to school yesterday, you missed me : )- You missed me because you didn’t go to schooyou laugh l yesterday. Until you laugh at my corny jokes, I will continue to torture you with them. I will continue to torture you with my corny jokes until you laugh at them. When you laugh as you learn, you remember your lessons better. You remember your lessons better when you laugh as you learn. If you don’t know what complex sentences are, I will tell you in a minute : )~ Red= Subordinating conjunction blue = Subject green=verb/verb phrase

12 + Compound/Complex/Simple I love hamburgers and pizza. Although I love hamburgers, I prefer pizza. I love hamburgers, but pizza is my favorite. When I go to restaurants, I always order salads. Salads are a healthy meal choice. Spinach salads with bacon and cranberries tastes scrumptious. I prefer to eat salads, for the provide me with lots of nutrients.


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