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  1. Complete Sentences Language Arts Mrs. Cochren

  2. Complete Sentences • A complete sentence has a subject and a predicate that work together to make a complete thought. Sponge Bob ripped his pants

  3. Sentence Fragments • may locate something in time and place, but lack a subject-verb relationship. When counting his money at the Krusty Krab

  4. Sentence Fragments • may describe something, but have no subject-verb relationship. Bullying and kicking butts

  5. Sentence Fragment • may have a subject-verb relationship, but cannot stand by itself. Even though The Flying Dutchman terrifies many

  6. Run-On Sentences • has at least two parts, either one of which can stand by itself. • the two parts have been connected together with one or two words instead of becoming two sentences.

  7. Run-On Sentences • When two clauses are connected by only a comma, they are a run-on sentence that is called a comma-splice. Mrs. Puff is a teacher, she teaches boating school.

  8. Run-On Sentences happen • when an independent clause gives an order or directive based on what was said in the prior independent clause. All days can be fun you have to use imagination.

  9. Run-On Sentences happen • when two clauses are connected by words such as however, moreover, nevertheless. Plankton wants the Krabby Patty recipe however he always gets outsmarted

  10. Ready for a drill? • Complete sentence, run-on, or fragment? • Click your choice!

  11. Since the Hash Slinging Slasher Complete Sentence Fragment Run-On

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  14. Karen reveals Plankton’s real name, Sheldon. Complete Sentence Fragment Run-On

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  17. I’m a goofy goober, you’re a goofy goober. Complete Sentence Fragment Run-On

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  20. Cannot cook Krabby Patties. Complete Sentence Fragment Run-On

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  23. Squidward is SpongeBob’s neighbor, and he doesn’t like that. Complete Sentence Fragment Run-On

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  26. GloveWorld makes fun of amusement parks. Complete Sentence Fragment Run-On

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  29. Sandy Cheeks is a squirrel from Texas who loves action. Complete Sentence Fragment Run-On

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  32. Gary, tying shoes and meowing Complete Sentence Fragment Run-On

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  35. What a day for a party! Complete Sentence Fragment Run-On

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  38. The Tattletale Strangler, a dangerous criminal. Complete Sentence Fragment Run-On

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  41. Octavius Rex was Pearl’s boyfriend until the prom. Complete Sentence Fragment Run-On

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  44. Combining Sentences • Sentences have to be combined to avoid the boredom that would happen if all sentences were the same length.

  45. A Compound Sentence • contains two independent clauses joined by a conjunction. • The conjunctions are: for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so. (Helpful hint: The first letter of each of the coordinators spells FANBOYS.)

  46. Ready for practice? • On your paper combine each pair of sentences. A suggested answer will be supplied.

  47. Larry is a lobster. He hangs out at Goo Lagoon. ANSWER

  48. Compound sentence: Larry is a lobster, and he hangs out at Goo Lagoon.

  49. David Hasselhoff rescues SpongeBob. He sends him back to Bikini Bottom. ANSWER

  50. Compound sentence: David Hasselhoff saves Sponge Bob, and he sends him back to Bikini Bottom.