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Combining Sentences

Combining Sentences

Combining Sentences One plus one equals one. Combining Sentences Sentence combining is making one smoother, more detailed sentence out of two or more shorter sentences. Combining with key words Combining with phrases Combining with longer sentences Combining with KEY WORDS

By johana
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Commas in Sentences

Commas in Sentences

Commas in Sentences. Grammar English Department Bidwell Jr. High School . *Commas in Compound Sentences. Use a comma before a conjunction that joins independent clauses in a compound sentence. EX: I told my teacher that my dog ate my homework , but she didn’t believe me.

By Melvin
(389 views)

Math Pacing

Math Pacing

Solving Open Sentences Involving Absolute Value. | | | | | | | | | |. | | | | | | | | | |. – 3 – 2 – 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6. – 5 – 4 – 3 – 2 – 1 0 1 2 3 4. Math Pacing. Solving Open Sentences Involving Absolute Value. There are three types of open sentences that can involve absolute value.

By bernad
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D.L.P. – Week Nine

D.L.P. – Week Nine

D.L.P. – Week Nine. Grade Seven. Day One – Skills. Punctuation – Comma – Dates

By MikeCarlo
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Preparation:

Preparation:

G:2. Preparation:. Ali Mohammad AL Subaie Ghannam Abdullah AL Moudi. Supervision. Abdul Aziz al- Sanusi. Compound Sentences. ~ A Glance at Grammar. What?.

By jaden
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An Approach to Successful Writing

An Approach to Successful Writing

An Approach to Successful Writing. Practice the skills that improve clarity. Isn’t your objective to clearly convey the message? Shorter is generally better than longer. As long as the topic is covered extra words do not serve a useful purpose. Revision and Editing. These are not the same.

By Jimmy
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Compound and Complex Sentences

Compound and Complex Sentences

Compound and Complex Sentences. Objectives: Identify independent clauses in different sentence types. Define compound sentence and complex sentence. Combine simple sentences to form compound and complex sentences. Review. DIRECTIONS Label everything you can in the following sentences.

By Faraday
(364 views)

Start

Start

Fourth Grade Grammar Jeopardy. Start. Final Jeopardy Question. 10 Point Question. What is a common noun?. 6. 0. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. General name for persons, places, or things. Back to the Game Board. 20 Point Question. 6. 0. What is a proper noun?. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

By matty
(187 views)

Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Jeopardy. Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin. Choose a point value. Choose a point value. Click here for Final Jeopardy. Charts. Books & Movies. Writing Words. Right or Wrong?. A-B-C Books. Punctuation.

By tuesday
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Writing Complex Sentences

Writing Complex Sentences

Writing Complex Sentences. #1: Simple Sentence. A simple sentence has one subject and one verb I like to study grammar. A simple sentence is also called an independent clause . An independent clause ends with a period or semicolon. One subject. One verb. Simple sentence.

By rodney
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Basic Scientific Writing in English Lecture 9

Basic Scientific Writing in English Lecture 9

Basic Scientific Writing in English Lecture 9. Professor Ralph Kirby Faculty of Life Sciences Extension 7323 Room B322. Lists. Lists can cause problems when writing a scientific paper.

By tyrell
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Independent vs. Subordinate Simple vs. Compound

Independent vs. Subordinate Simple vs. Compound

Independent vs. Subordinate Simple vs. Compound. Grammar Lesson. Main Clause. A clause is a group of words that has a subject and a predicate and is used as a part of a sentence. A main, or independent, clause has a subject and a predicate and can stand alone as a sentence.

By yardley
(175 views)

Simple, compound and complex sentences

Simple, compound and complex sentences

Year 6. Simple, compound and complex sentences. Simple Sentences. Here are some examples. My dog is small. I hate sprouts. I am 10 years old. . I live in Stonham Aspal. Simple sentences have 1 clause. Most simple sentences have a subject and a predicate. Subject = dog

By cai
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Homework pack – term 4 Name:_____________________ Year:_______ Form:_________

Homework pack – term 4 Name:_____________________ Year:_______ Form:_________

This way to improving your literacy. Homework pack – term 4 Name:_____________________ Year:_______ Form:_________ Teacher:___________________. Instructions. Each week your teacher will tell you exactly which tasks to complete. Always write your homework in your planner.

By trilby
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Compound Sentences

Compound Sentences

Compound Sentences. Definition. A Compound Sentence is a sentence that joins two simple sentences together with a comma, conjunction or semicolon. Simple Sentence = Independent Clause. Compound Sentence = Independent Clause + Independent Clause. What?.

By vince
(186 views)

Creating complex sentences

Creating complex sentences

Creating complex sentences. Wednesday 14 th Mar ch 2012. Let ’ s play a game ……. In groups of three or four use the sentence maker game to create some interesting sentences. Now let ’ s share some of those sentences. Let ’ s Put an end to splicing!.

By teneil
(94 views)

Identifying Statements

Identifying Statements

Identifying Statements . The aim of this tutorial is to help you to distinguish statements from non-statements. . Go to next slide. Statements are sentences that it makes sense to regard as being either true or false. .

By sharona
(147 views)

English Notes

English Notes

English Notes. Sentences Unit Compound, Simple and Conjunctions. Simple Sentence A sentence that expresses only one complete thought. Example: One artist began drawing in high school. Compound Sentence A sentence that is made up of two or more simple sentences.

By velika
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Learning Objective	 Name _____________________

Learning Objective Name _____________________

Learning Objective Name _____________________ Today, we will use effective 1 coordination to write a compound sentence. 1 successful. Types of verbs Action: eat, fly, jump Mental: think, guess, believe State of being: is, be, are, was Possession: has, have. CFU

By enrico
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Second Grade ELA Domain Specific Words A thru F

Second Grade ELA Domain Specific Words A thru F

Second Grade ELA Domain Specific Words A thru F. Adapted from: Vocabulary for the Common Core ( Marzano , 2013) https://kids.wordsmyth.net/we / http://www.wordcentral.com / http://dictionary.reverso.net/english-cobuild / www.google.com https://images.google.com /. Vocabulary Team:

By palma
(232 views)

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