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Sentence Structure

GCSE English, revision of simple, compound and complex sentences
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Samantha Brook

on 20 November 2012

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Transcript of Sentence Structure

Types of sentences Sentence Structure Simple Sentences Complex Sentence Other joining words A simple sentence is the most basic sentence in English, it expresses a complete thought Compound Sentence A Compound sentence is created by joining together two simple sentences using a conjunction when although whether
before because now that
after if however
while since even if
until even though
so that unless It contains a subject - Cat, Dog, Man, Boy, Girl,

and a Verb - a "doing" action word - sat, sleep, run, The cat sat on the mat A Conjunction is a joining word - and, for, but, or, yet, so, nor The cat sat on the mat AND she fell asleep A Complex sentence consists of a main statement (clause) and one or more additional statements (subordinate clause) with a "subordinating" conjunction Subordinating conjunctions include - although, because, unless The door opened BECAUSE the man pushed it
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