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Mrs. Flynn’s Class. Sentences: Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentences. Objectives. Differentiate between phrases and clauses. Identify simple, compound, and complex sentences. PP 3-1b. A Sentence. A sentence consists of words correctly arranged to form a complete statement or idea.

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mrs flynn s class
Mrs. Flynn’s Class

Sentences:

Simple, Compound,

and Complex Sentences

objectives
Objectives
  • Differentiate between phrases and clauses.
  • Identify simple, compound, and complex sentences.

PP 3-1b

a sentence
A Sentence

A sentence consists of words correctly arranged to form a complete statement or idea.

A sentence

begins with a capital letter.

ends with an ending mark of punctuation.

PP 3-2

phrase
Phrase

to score a goal to climb a tree

A phrase is a sequence of words which has neither a subject nor a predicate.

in our classroom at the soccer game

PP 3-17

clause
Clause

A clause is a sequence of words with both a subject and a predicate.

Independent clause: Is a complete sentence and can stand alone.

Weraised money to help the Children’s Fund in Warwick.

Dependent clause: Is not a complete sentence and cannot stand alone. It must be joined to an independent clause to make sense.

When weraised money for the Children’s Fund,

PP 3-18a

clause1
Clause

continued

When a dependent clause introduces an independent clause, place a comma at the end of the dependent clause.

If you want to win the game,you must practice.

Because I didn’t finish my work in school, I have extra homework.

PP 3-18b

simple sentence
Simple Sentence

A simple sentence is one independent clause in a subject-verb pattern.

Simple Sentence definition and example

from Harcourt Grammar.

PP 3-20

compound sentence
Compound Sentence

A compound sentence is two independent clauses connected by a coordinating conjunction.

Compound Sentence definition from Harcourt Grammar.

PP 3-21

complex sentence
Complex Sentence

A complex sentence consists of anindependent clause and a dependent clause.

Complex Sentence definition from Harcourt Grammar.

PP 3-22

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