Complex Sentences Worksheets To Print:
Sentence Types - The subordinate clause is where it's at! Read each sentence. Underline the subordinate clauses. Identify the type that each exhibits. Write it on the line.
The All Important Sentence - We have you create a complex form for yourself. Read each set in the series found below. Create a complex sentence that will signal to
the reader that the former portion is the most important.
Complex Composure - Starting from scratch is usually the best way to do it. Write 5 original complex sentences. Include subordinate clause for each, using
the word in parentheses.
Where's the Subordinate? - If you lack thought, you're a subordinate. Underline the subordinate clause in each complex sentence.
Inside Relationships - What is the most important part of each sentence? Read each set of them below. Create a complex sentence that
will signal to the reader that the statement in parentheses is the most important.
Creating Complex Sentences - Connect each of the following sentences to a related, independent clause to create a complex sentence.
Where My Commas At? - Underline the subordinate clauses in each sentence below. Add a comma where necessary.
Adverbial Clauses - Include an adverbial clause for each as indicated in parentheses.
Types of Sentences - Identify whether it is simple, compound, complex, or compound-complex.
Under the Lines - You will have to examine 2 of these problems very closely.