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7 Week 10 Blatant (adj): obvious; conspicuous Adv: blatantly N: blatancy
Cater (v): to provide food, service, etc.; to indulge someone
Notorious (adj): widely known for bad reasons Adv: notoriously N: notoriety N: notoriousness
Inundate (v): to flood; to overwhelm N: inundation
Impede (v): to slow the movement or progress of something; to obstruct N: impediment
Customary (adj): usual; according to custom or habit Adv: customarily
Dismal (adj): gloomy; dreary; cheerless Adv: dismally N: dismalness
Compound Sentence: a sentence made up of 2 or more independent clauses. – Join them with a COMMA AND a conjunction. – Or, join them with a semicolon.
Compound Sentences Two independent clauses joined together by a comma and coordinating conjunction. Independent clauses have a subject, predicate, and.
7 Week 12 Distraught (adj): very upset; deeply agitated; crazed Adv: distraughtly.
Super Sentences!. Copyright Copyright 2012.
Sentence Structure Ch. 7 p What is sentence structure? The structure of a sentence refers to the kinds and number of clauses it contains. There.
LESSON 17 INCOMPLETE INDEPENDENT CLAUSE. ALL CLAUSES People Need vitamins S V O.
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Ask yourself these 5 questions… 1. What is a subject? 2. What is the difference between a predicate and a verb? 3. What is a compound predicate? 4. What.
WoW #8 Day 1 Definition Part of speech Related forms (adj., adv...) 3 Synonyms 1 Sentence per form Come up with your own Antonym pugnacious.
Compound Sentences Brenham Writing Room Created by D. Herring.
COMPOUND AND COMPLEX SENTENCES. Decide which is a compound sentence or a complex sentence 1.Our team didn’t always win, but we always tried to be good.
Compound Sentences ~ A Glance at Grammar. Definition / A Compound Sentence is a sentence that joins two independent clauses together with a coordinating.
8/01 For use with Technical Editing 3e although, but, however This presentation explains how these words affect sentence structure and punctuation.
Run- On Sentences. Sentences: Simple sentences- contains a single clause. Example: The ice melts quickly.
Coordinating Conjunctions Using FANBOYS to join independent clauses to form compound sentences.
8 Week 4 Fastidious (adj): very particular or demanding; hard to please; requiring great care Adv: fastidiously N: fastidiousness.
Clauses and Sentences Independent Clauses, Simple Sentences, and Compound Sentences.
Punctuation Connectors! Compound Sentences 3 Ways.
Compound & Complex Sentences Notes. Simple Sentence Group of words that expresses a complete thought and has one subject-predicate combination Amy loves.
There are 3 Kinds of Sentences Today we are going to talk about three kinds of sentences This will help you learn where to use commas and semicolons in.
Clauses Independent Clause: contains a subject and a verb, can stand alone as a sentence Dependent Clause: contains a subject and a verb but cannot stand.
Friday: Review four sentence structures Write examples for each type.
Compound Sentences. Definition / A Compound Sentence is a sentence that joins two simple sentences together with a comma, conjunction or semicolon.
DGP For the week of February 1st. This week’s sentence: julia wants to give a card to stephan for valentine’s day but she is shy.
Sentences Types 2 Now even Sentence-y-er!. Simple Sentences Compound Sentences Independent Clauses Coordinating Conjunctions (Fanboys) ;
Sentence Structure. What is a Clause? A clause is a group of words that contains a subject and a verb. Some students work in the food pantry because they.
Coordinating Conjunctions “Hooking up words, phases, and clauses AND OR NOR BUT SO For YET.
Thursday Review: What are the three sentence structures covered so far this week?
Fused Run-ons and Comma Splices Pasco-Hernando Community College Tutorial Series.
Semicolons When a ; is used in a sentence 1.Semicolon use 2.To Connect 3.To Connect examples 4.Correct? Incorrect? 5.To be a super comma ;
Conquering Commas By: Alice Hack Commas * A punctuation mark that indicates a pause. * Clarify meaning.
Semicolons MRS. ANDERSON. Using Semicolons Semicolons help you connect closely related ideas when a style mark stronger than a comma is needed. By.
COMPLEX Sentences. RATIONALE If you use simple, compound, and complex sentences your writing will become more INTERESTING.
Chapter 8 Sentence Structure. Lesson 1:What is a Clause? A clause is a group of words that contains a subject and a verb.
Unit 2 Grammar Using commas to join compound sentences.
Fixing Run-on Sentences Clause – a group of words that contain a subject and a verb Independent clause –makes sense as a sentence; can stand on its own.
WRITING SKILLS: Clauses and Sentence Types Copy in your notebook.
Comma Review English 10. Insert commas where needed A thick damp fog blanketed the coastline. The dark green shirt was Bill’s favorite. The teacher gave.
Sentence Structure. Flip Chart Create a Sentence Structure flip chart. Write the title on the first tab. Label each tab after: Clauses Simple Compound.
Sentence Combining Compound Sentences Coordinating Conjunctions Coordinating conjunctions join two or more complete sentences into one, longer compound.
Vocabulary Unit 22. mulled over o I mulled over the misery of having to watch the long documentary with my father. o POS: verb o Definition: to study.
Clauses and Phrases Quick recap from Day 1. Clauses and phrases Clauses and phrases are groups of words Clauses have a subject and verb.
Although, but, however All of these words join clauses in sentences, but they are different parts of speech. This presentation explains the impact of the.
SEMICOLONS & COLONS When a ; and : are used in writing.
Review Items for SOL Writing I can succeed! I will succeed!
8 Week 3 Adept (adj): very good something requiring skill or dexterity; expert Adv: adeptly N: adeptness.
Simple Sentences & Compound Sentences Unit 2. Cross out the boldfaced conjunction in each sentence. Which sentence could be written as two separate sentences?
ALL SENTENCES CAN BE CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO THE NUMBER AND KINDS OF CLAUSES THEY CONTAIN. Simple Sentence Compound Sentence Complex Sentence.
How to fix a fused or run-on sentence: Add a Period: Bobbie likes movies. John likes vacations. Comma and Coordinating Conjunction: Bobbie likes movies,
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