Sentence Structure Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.3-4.1.A

Core Standard

There are four basic forms of structure that a sentence can exhibit. The simple form contains a single independent clause and expresses a complete thought. A compound sentence has at least two independent clauses that joined together. Complex sentences have an independent clause and a subordinate clause (subject, verb; does not express complete thought). The fourth form is called Compound-Complex and as the name indicates it if a mix of the previous two. These worksheets will have students diagnose and classify the structure of a wide array of sentences. This will help them improve their writing.









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