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Simple, Compund and Comlex Sentences.

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Mr Duke!

on 9 October 2016

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Transcript of Simple, Compund and Comlex Sentences.

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Do you understand?

1. How to start a simple sentence?

2.How to end a simple sentence?
A simple sentence is a sentence that contains one CLAUSE, one SINGLE SENTENCE and a PREDICATE.
Example 1

The Man walked to the shop.
Example 2

The baby laughed.

Simple, Compund and Comlex Sentences.
By Kyle Hamilton
This sentence has two subjects.
Remember to put a comma after the first subject.
I like trains, but you like bikes
a sentence containing a subordinate clause or clauses
Complex Sentence

Example 1.

Though he was very rich, he was still very unhappy.

Example 2.

She returned the computer after she noticed it was damaged.

Example 3.

The movie, though very long, was still very enjoyable.

Simple Sentence
Compound Sentences

A sentence with more than one subject or predicate.
Example 1

This soup is too hot. But this ice cream is too cold.

Example 2
Thank You
For listening!
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