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Kinds of Sentences According to Structure

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Kristian Jaafar

on 7 September 2012

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Transcript of Kinds of Sentences According to Structure

Let's get started,
shall we? Kinds of Sentences
According to Structure Simple Sentences Sentence structure with one
independent clause and no dependent clauses. The instructor taught well. One independent clause = a subject, and a predicate. Sentence structure
with at least TWO
independent clauses Compound Sentences The instructor taught well,
and we learned many things. First clause and second clause are joined by a coordinating conjunction And. are sentences with one independent clause
and at least one dependent clause Complex Sentences The instructor taught well because he was ready for it. Independent clause followed by a dependent clause and a subordinating conjunction because are sentences with at least two independent clauses
and one or more dependent clauses Complex-compound Sentences The instructor taught well, and we learned many things because all were attentive. First clause and second clause are connected with a coordinating conjunction And. The sentence ends with a subordinate clause. And that, ladies and gentlemen, wraps it up.
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