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Punctuate It – This is
a real mishmash of different activities here.
The 4 Kinds Of
Sentences – Punctuate the sentences below with either a comma
before the conjunction or with a semicolon.
– Underline the subordinate clauses in each sentence below. Add
a comma where necessary.
– Rewrite each simple sentence below, adding two subordinate clauses
to each to create a complex sentence.
Types – Read each sentence. Underline the subordinate clauses.
Identify the sentence type. Write it on the line.
Which Is The
Most Important? – Create a compound, complex sentence that will
signal to the reader that the sentence or sentences in parentheses
is the most important.
Sentences – Write 5 original complex-compound sentences. Include
an introductory phrase for each as indicated in parentheses.
Types of Sentences
– Identify whether it is simple, compound, complex, or compound-complex.