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sentence structures

language arts sentence structures; complex, compound, simple, ect.

simple sentence contains a subject and verb and it expresses a complete thought
independent clause another word for simple sentence
compound sentence contains two independent clauses joined together by a fanboy. a comma always precedes a coordinating conjuction
complex sentence contains an indepenent clause joined by a one or more dependent clause
complex sentence with a subordinating conjuction will have an adverb clause
complex sentence with a relative pronoun has an adjective clause
compound-complex sentence has two independent clasues joined by a conjunction or fanboy with one or more dependent clause
predicate adjective adjectives that follow a "to be" verb and describes the subject
predicate nominative nouns that follow a "to be" verb and renames the subject
simple sentence Kendall and Charlotte went trick-or-treating with Jordyn.
simple sentence My mom has a red car
compound sentence I wanted to go shopping, but my mom said no
compound sentence Eugin looked for me on Halloween, but she couldn't find us.
complex sentence I got a 100 in my math test, although I did not study.
complex sentence Because it was before dinner, I could not eat my candy.
compound-complex sentence (blank)
compound-complex sentence (blank)
predicate nominative (blank)
predicate adjective (blank)