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  1. Find the best way to combine these sentences: I read novels silently. I read poetry aloud. I read novels silently but I read poetry aloud. I read novels silently; but I read poetry aloud. I read novels silently but, I read poetry aloud. I read novels silently, but I read poetry aloud.

  2. Find the best way to combine these sentences: Gary Paulsen wrote about dogs. Jack London wrote about dogs. Gary Paulsen, and Jack London, wrote about dogs. Gary Paulsen and Jack London wrote about dogs. Gary Paulsen and, Jack London wrote about dogs.

  3. Find the best way to combine these sentences: We stole my sister’s cell phone. My sister became really mad at us. We stole my sister’s cell phone; and she became really mad at us. We stole my sister’s cell phone so my sister became really mad at us. We stole my sister’s cell phone, so she became really mad at us.

  4. Find the best way to combine these sentences: I do not like tomatoes. Tomatoes are mushy and gross. I do not like tomatoes and they are mushy and gross. I do not like tomatoes; they are mushy and gross. I do not like tomatoes; because they are mushy and gross.

  5. Find the best way to combine these sentences: Liz went to the movies. Her parents said she couldn’t go. Liz went to the movies; but her parents said she couldn’t go. Liz went to the movies, so her parents said she couldn’t go. Even though her parents said she couldn’t go, Liz went to the movies.

  6. Find the best way to combine these sentences: Megan saw Scooter. He is Frank’s dog. Megan saw Scooter and he is Frank’s dog. Megan saw Scooter who, is Frank’s dog. Megan saw Scooter; he is Frank’s dog. Megan saw Scooter, but, he is Frank’s dog.

  7. Find the best way to combine these sentences: Some people hate the rain. Some people love the rain. Some people hate the rain, but some love it. Some people hate the rain; but some love it. Some people, hate the rain, but some love it. Some people hate the rain some don’t.

  8. Find the best way to combine these sentences: I went to the mall. At the mall I saw my teacher. I went to the mall and I saw my teacher. I went to the mall; and I saw my teacher. I went to the mall and, I saw my teacher. I went to the mall, and I saw my teacher.

  9. Find the best way to combine these sentences: Everyone saw the comet. My mom didn’t see the comet. Everyone, except my mom saw the comet. Everyone except my mom saw the comet. Everyone; except my mom, saw the comet. Everyone except my mom, saw the comet.

  10. Find the best way to combine these sentences: I am excited for the summer. I will miss my friends from school. I am excited for the summer and I will miss my friends from school. I am excited for the summer; but I will miss my friends from school. I am excited for the summer, but, I will miss my friends from school. I am excited for the summer, but I will miss my friends from school.