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Warm Up In at least three complete sentences, explain the importance of using coordinating conjunctions in your writing.
I like pizza. Pizza tastes good. Pizza is my favorite food. There are many different types of pizza.
For, And, Nor, But, Or, Yet, So
For = “because”
I got my dog’s medicine, for he is sick.
I went to the store for ice cream.
Independent clause – a fancy-schmancy way of saying a complete sentence
And... Boys and girls please sit down.
And... I went to the football game, and it was raining outside.
Nor... Combines two negative sentences; must have “not” in the first independent clause
Nor... I do not like you nor your sister.
Nor... I do not hate you, nor do I like you.
But = Yet I love dance but hate gym.
But = Yet I hate soccer, but I love football.
Or... Offers a choice I want to go to the mall or the movies.
Or... Offers a choice I want to go to the mall or the movies.
I want to go to the mall, and then I want to go to the movies.
But = Yet I like the kid in class, but/yet he doesn’t like me.
So = in conclusion I did not study, so I failed miserably.
So = in conclusion Don’t go so fast.
Warm Up Examine the goldenrod notes sheet on FANBOYS and complete the following tasks: 1.BOX the FANBOY (red) 2.Circle the comma (blue) 3.Underline EACH independent clause (green)
Warm Up 2.Use the following in a sentence correctly connecting two independent clauses A.For B.Nor C.Yet D.So
Coordinating Conjunctions. 1.I was so tired, for the baby was up crying all night. 2.I want to go to the party, and I want to go to the movies. 3.I do.
Warm-Up: 1.Take out your I Am poem and number each line. 2.In your spiral notebook, write what a FANBOY is. 3.Copy your HW.
+ 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.
Sentence Structure. Review 1. Our language is nothing more than words. Two or more words is a _______________ 2. Two or more words with a subject and.
Con j unctions J oining words. Conjunctions Words that connect or join other words or groups of words.
Simple and Compound Sentences A simple sentence is a sentence that only has one clause which contains one subject and one predicate. The dog ran. Subject:
Types of sentences Grammar Lesson 5. Notes: Types of sentences: Simple sentence: One independent clause Compound sentence: Two or more independent clauses.
Unit 2 Grammar Using commas to join compound sentences.
Use commas to separate independent clauses when they are joined by one of the seven coordinating conjunctions › And, but, for, or, nor, so, yet She.
Look at what we can read!. am saw so soon them walk.
Compound Sentences ELA 7 November 12, Vocabulary compound independent clause coordinating conjunction FANBOYS.
Advanced Sentence Structure. Clauses A subject and a predicate by themselves make an independent clause. Sentences can contain more than one clause, and.
Sentences Types 2 Now even Sentence-y-er!. Simple Sentences Compound Sentences Independent Clauses Coordinating Conjunctions (Fanboys) ;
Compound Sentence A compound sentence has two or more independent clauses. Examples : The students finished class, and they went to lunch. Kevin did not.
Sentence Structure. (page 12R) Sentence Structure We are going to go through these notes quickly since we already learned this material at the beginning.
UHCL Writing Center Advanced Sentence Structure. UHCL Writing Center Clauses A subject and a predicate by themselves make an independent clause. Sentences.
GRAMMAR MINI LESSON Is this a sentence?. A sentence has a subject and a verb (a doer and an action) He kicked. She ate. We kissed. They laughed. The shortest.
Sentence Structure (Review) What is a compound sentence? TWO OR MORE INDEPENDENT CLAUSES What kind of glue do you need to join two independent clauses.
A compound sentence contains 2 independent clauses (“complete sentences”) joined by a comma and a coordinating conjunction. (“complete sentence” + “complete.
Comma Rules. Comma Rules are IMPORTANT! Rule #1 Use commas to separate items in a series. Use commas to separate items in a series. My favorite television.
Joining Sentences. Practice Quiz For each of the following sentences, write down if it is CORRECT or INCORRECT. 1. David was furious, so he punched a.
The girl lost her shoe. She was running. (combine with a SC by placing the independent clause first) He failed his test. He did not study. (combine.
SENTENCE STYLES Why is style important? Makes your writing more interesting Shows your proficiency with written English.
The Four Types of Sentences English Sentence Types 1. Simple 2. Compound 3. Complex 4. Compound – Complex 1. Declarative. 2. Imperative. 3. Question?
Compound Sentences. Compound Sentence SV+,CSV+. Subject verb additional words comma coordinating conjunction (FANBOYS) subject verb additional words.
COMPOUND SENTENCES by: Brittany and Kailyn. WHAT IS A COMPOUND SENTENCE? A compound sentence is two independent clauses that are held together with.
English II Sentence Notes. So… what is a sentence? A sentence is a group of words with a subject and a verb that expresses a complete thought. Ex. The.
Run-Together Sentences How to Identify and Fix. Run-Together Sentences Run-together sentences occur when two sentences are joined with no punctuation.
Let’s Read Our Bedrock One Words! a I saw a girl and a boy.
WOW! Wednesday, March 13, 2013 In a paragraph, explain how disappointments can have a good side.
Subordinating & Coordinating Conjunctions. Importance Subordinating & coordinating conjunctions are important because they join different clauses to form.
Common Errors In Writing. Most Common Errors Point of View Shifts in Point of View and Tenses Pronoun Antecedent Agreement Pronoun Reference Commas with.
FANBOYS. Run-ons Are not good Run-ons are basically when two or more sentences are put together incorrectly because it is missing a comma or has a comma.
COORDINATING CONJUNCTIONS. CONJUNCTION JUNCTION “Hooking up” words and phrases and clauses Equal parts This and that Milk and butter Go to the mountains.
Clauses and Phrases Sentence Structure Lesson. What is a Clause? A subject and predicate working together I am. Reading is fun. I study hard so I get.
Fragments and Run- Ons In order to understand, you must know some definitions first.
Simple vs. compound sentences Simple Sentences: A simple sentence, also called an independent clause, contains a subject and a verb, and it expresses a.
One of the most common ways to use commas is to separate two main clauses that are connected by a junction. This means that when you join to sections.
Conjunctions A Conjunction is a word that connects words, phrases, or clauses. Each conjunction defines a specific relationship between the parts it connects.
Monday October 20 th,2014 Today’s Agenda: Types of Sentence Structure mini- lesson w/guided notes Homework: Simple and Compound Sentence Worksheet = Due.
Sentence Parts and Types Sentence Structure Lesson.
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GRAMMAR! PHRASES AND CLAUSES - AAAWWUBBIS. REVIEW: WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? Between a phrase and a clause?
Happy Monday!! Add these definitions to your grammar notes A simple sentence consists of one independent clause. An independent clause contains a subject.
ERRORS IN COMBINING INDEPENDENT CLAUSES. Run-on Sentences Run-on sentences occur when writers combine independent clauses WITH NOTHING BETWEEN THEM. Example:
Compound Sentences. STANDARD ELACC8L2: Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.
9 th Grade. Noun – person, place, thing, or idea Examples: The runner is very fast. The park is very beautiful. My book is heavy. The key to life is happiness.
I. Simple Sentences (a.k.a.) independent clause, (a.k.a.) independent clause, contains a subject and a verb, and it contains a subject and a verb, and.
Compound & Complex Sentences. Compound Sentence Is made up of 2 simple sentences and joined by a coordinating conjunction.
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