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Transcript of Sentence Types
Should have 2 independent clauses connected by a conjunction
should contain a dependent clause (or introductory clause)
dependent clause must be used with a transitional word or phrase
Even though I like to go shopping
I prefer to go with multiple people
but I don't have the money
I would love to go to the movies
there is one that I would like to see
but I need to go to the bank first.
Check For Understanding
More than one independent clause
Connected with Coordinator (Conjunction) Words
Semi-Colons or Colons
Simple Sentence with a Coordinator
for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so.
One independent clause and at least one dependent clause.
Always has a subordinator or a relative pronoun.
one independent clause
Every sentence needs to have
Subject and Predicate Help:
went to the market.
loves ice cream.
Subjects (yellow), Verbs (green), subordinators and required commas (red)
in his homework
to give the teacher the last page.
they have a test tomorrow.
to the movies.
because, since, after, although, or when
Subordinators are linking words that are used to join clauses together. They are used at the beginning or in the middle of a sentence. A clause is a group of words that must contain a subject and predicate. There are two types of clauses:
one predicate which contains verb