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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
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Slide 1

Year 6

Simple,

compound

and complex

sentences

Slide 2

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

Predicate = It is small.

E.g. My dog is small.

Slide 3

Compound Sentences

A compound sentence is usually made from 2 or more simple sentences (or clauses) that are joined with a connective.

My dog is not popular with the neighbours.

It scares the postman away.

Becomes

My dog is not popular with the neighbours it scares the postman away.

because

Slide 4

Because

When

And

But

Therefore

There are many connectives that

can be used in compound

sentences

Although

Until

While

Where

After

Since

Slide 5

But Be CAREFUL!!!

DO NOT

use the same connective

over and over again

It’s better to mix and match

Slide 6

Complex Sentences

A complex sentence is similar to a compound sentence, however when you take away the connective one of the clauses does not make sense.

Connective

Clause 1

E.g. The dinner was burned because she had forgotten it.

Clause 2 does not make sense on its own, without clause 1 = complex sentence.

Clause 2


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