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Beaver Dam Middle Schoo l Seventh-Grade Language Arts House Red. Sentence types: Simple, compound, and complex. Simple Sentences. The two parts a Simple sentence must have. _____________and_______________. List the two parts a Compound sentence must have. _____________and_______________.

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Beaver dam middle schoo l seventh grade language arts house red

BeaverDamMiddleSchool

Seventh-Grade Language Arts

House Red

Sentence types:Simple, compound, and complex


Simple sentences

Simple Sentences

  • The two parts a Simple sentence must have.

  • _____________and_______________.

  • List the two parts a Compound sentence must have.

  • _____________and_______________.

Subject

predicate

Independent clause

Independent clause

An INDEPENDENT clause is strong and can stand on its own.


Is this a sentence

Is this a sentence?

  • The barn cat.

  • Jumping through the hoops.

  • Wait!

  • The basketball hoop and the lawnmower.


Is this a sentence1

Is this a sentence?

  • Do you know what is inside a corndog?

  • REMEMBER: make a question into a statement.

  • You do know what is inside a corndog.

  • Max ate.


Is this a sentence2

Is this a sentence?

  • A bunny under the deck in the front yard.

  • The horse jumped and galloped away.

  • Over Spring Break, lots of fun.


Compound sentences

Compound Sentences

  • Just like an Oreo Cookie, a compound

    Sentence has two of the same types of shells/cookies with something in the middle that keeps them together.

  • The INDEPENDENT Clauses are the

    outer cookies, and the

    FANBOYS are in

    the yummy middle

    keeping the clauses

    together.


Compound sentences1

Compound Sentences

  • What kind of conjunctions are in Compound sentences?

  • _____________________.

Coordinating Conjunctions


Compound sentences2

Compound Sentences

  • My husband was working, so I went shopping.

  • I like chocolate ice cream, but my friend likes strawberry.

  • I am on a diet, yet I really want some Flaming Hot Cheetos.

  • He did not take the money, for it was not the right thing to do.


Complex sentences

Complex Sentences

  • List the two parts a COMPLEX sentence must have.

  • _____________and _______________

DEPENDENT CLAUSE

INDEPENDENT CLAUSE

Dependent

Clause

Independent Clause

REMEMBER!!!!! A DEPENDENT CLAUSE CANNOT

stand on its own. It needs a INDEPENDENT CLAUSE.

Just like a child is dependent on his/her independent

parent


Complex sentences1

Complex Sentences

  • What kind of conjunctions are in a Complex Sentence?

  • SUBORDINATING CONJUNCTIONS

  • Review your list of Subordinating conjunctions.


Can you do it

Can you do it?

  • Make this into a compound sentence:

    • Lunch is delicious

  • Now make it into a complex sentence.

  • Can you make it into a Compound/Complex sentence?


Complex sentences2

COMPLEX SENTENCES

  • What kind of conjunctions are in COMPLEX sentences?

  • __________________________

SUBORDINATING CONJUNCTOINS


Sentence types simple compound and complex

Subordinating Conjunction

  • Because the bridge wasn't properly maintained by the government, it fell down.

Dependent Clause

Dependent Clause

Independent

clause


Subordinating conjunction

Subordinating Conjunction

  • Although he ate a really big dinner, now he wants to eat cake for dessert.

Dependent Clause

Independent Clause


Sentence types simple compound and complex

Subordinating Conjunction

  • Whenever they eat at this restaurant, they order a hamburger and fries.

Dependent Clause

Independent Clause


Sentence types simple compound and complex

  • He'll be able to maintain a healthy weight if he keeps exercising.

Independent Clause

Independent Clause

Dependent Clause

Subordinating Conjunction


Sentence types simple compound and complex

Subordinating Conjunction

  • Because the world is getting warmer, polar bears are in danger of becoming extinct.

Dependent Clause

Independent Clause

Independent Clause


Compound complex sentences

Compound/Complex Sentences


What kind of sentences are these

What kind of Sentences are These?

  • When I go to Florida, I can’t wait to eat grouper sandwiches.

  • Emma is the girl who is going to Hawaii over Spring Break.

  • The town where I moved from is Hayward, Wisconsin.

  • I plan on cleaning my house over Spring Break, and I want to have some friends over.

  • Many students like to use my laser pointer and hide it from me.


Make compound sentences out of this sentence

Make Compound Sentences out of this Sentence.

  • I want ice-cream.

  • Make that sentence above a COMPOUND sentence in two different ways. First, add something to the beginning. Second, add something to the end.


Make compound sentences out of this sentence1

Make Compound Sentences out of this Sentence.

  • It’s hot outside, so I want ice-cream.

  • I want ice-cream, and Blue Boy is not very far away from here.

Independent Clause

Independent Clause

Independent Clause

Independent Clause

Continuing the Independent Clause


Make a complex sentence out of this sentence

Make a COMPLEX sentence out of this sentence.

  • I want ice-cream.

  • Make the sentence above in to a COMPLEX sentence in two different ways.

  • First, add something to the beginning. Second, add something to the end.


Write a complex sentence

Write a COMPLEX sentence.

  • I want ice-cream.

  • Even though I’m on a strict diet, I want ice-cream.

  • I want ice-cream because the spring weather reminds me of summertime ice-cream adventures.

Dependent Clause

Independent Clause

Independent Clause

Dependent Clause


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