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Transcript of Compound Sentences
Mary doesn't like ranch on her salad, so she put
Italian on it instead.
Elijah doesn't like tomatoes, nor do I.
Many people go to school, but a few don't.
For a Quiz!
Made By: Maggie, Charlotte, Kiley, Anina, and Krissy
Now Time to Practice!
This is the same as a sentence. A phrase that can stand on it's own.
After the independent clause, there should always be a comma.
Since you all have learned and practiced...
Now it's time
See, that wasn't so bad!
Thanks For Watching!
A Coordinating Conjunction
For, And, Nor, But, Or, Yet, So
Another Independent Clause
Again, an independent clause is just another way of saying a sentence that can stand on it's own. This should be after the comma and the coordinating conjunction.