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Grammar Bellringer #25 Identifying Independent and Dependent Clauses Practice #4.

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1 Grammar Bellringer #25 Identifying Independent and Dependent Clauses Practice #4

2 Practice Write each clause below on your paper. Identify by putting a (DC) for dependent and an (IC) for independent. Circle any subordinate conjunctions that begin a dependent clause. 1._____ Unless my friend invites me 2._____ Leave the phone on the table 3._____ Before I make the decorations 4._____ Can I make some cookies 5. _____ Whichever movie you prefer 6._____ Although the bell rang for class

3 Practice Write each sentence below and complete the following. 1. Label: 1 line =dependent clause 2 lines= independent clause 2. Circle any subordinate conjunctions that begin a dependent clause 3. Punctuate accordingly. 1.Certain freedoms may be compromised whenever a country goes to war so that others can live in a democracy. 2. My friends decided to leave the movies, but they forgot to bring their car keys. 3. However although the candidate wasn’t elected he had a good reputation while he was in office. 4. When I forgot my homework for English my teacher lowered my grade in her class.


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