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Grammar Bellringer #29 Identifying Independent and Dependent Clauses Practice #8
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._____ Arrive on time for the start of the movie 2._____ As soon as school is over this coming Friday 3._____ Stir the food in the pan on the kitchen stove 4._____ Whichever student confesses to the writing on the wall 5._____ Your cellphone was left on the bus yesterday 6._____ Unless our basketball team loses to the visiting team
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. Though I love the game I still hate to go to practice unless I know I can play. 2. I will attend the game after the meeting although I am tired considering that I got home late. 3. Many of my sisters friends are playing soccer on the field that we learned and practiced on in our youth. 4. As far as we could see in the sky there were airplanes performing daredevil tricks while the guests watched in awe.