Types of Sentences

Yoonju Julie Jung
Flashcards by Yoonju Julie Jung, updated more than 1 year ago
Yoonju Julie Jung
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8 Language Arts Flashcards on Types of Sentences, created by Yoonju Julie Jung on 05/18/2013.

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Clause Related group of words that have both a subject and a predicate.
independent clause clause with a full thought (I went to the market.)
dependent clause clause that is not a full thought (When I went to the market,)
simple sentence 1 independent clause
compound sentence 2 independent clauses joined by a comma and a conjunction or a semicolon (I like to sleep, and I like to eat.)
complex sentence 1 independent and 1 dependent clause joined by a comma (After I eat, I like to sleep.)
Compound-Complex sentence 1 dependent and 2 independent clauses joined by a comma and a comma and conjunction (After I eat, I like to sleep, but I don't do this very often.)
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