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Learning objective today we will combine simple sentences using conjunctions

Learning Objective: Today we will combine simple sentences using conjunctions.


Vocabulary

Vocabulary

Today we are going to combine sentences using conjunctions.

Combine – to put together + =

Conjunctions – words that combine a sentence are conjunctions and include and, or, but and so.


Conjunctions

Conjunctions

  • AND- joins two similar ideas together.

  • BUT - joins two contrasting ideas together.

  • OR - joins two alternative ideas together.

  • SO - show that the second ideas is the result of the first.


Combining sentences

Combining Sentences

My dog barked.

My dog jumped in the air.

Compound sentence:

My dog barked, andjumped in the air.

Steps

Read the two sentences

Find the common subject

or predicate.

Pick the best conjunction

to combine the two

sentences. (and, or, but,

so)


Compound sentences

Compound Sentences

I tried to swim.

I sank to the bottom of the pool.

Compound sentence:

I tried to swim, but sank to the bottom of the pool.

Steps

Read the two sentences

Find the common subject

or predicate.

Pick the best conjunction

to combine the two

sentences. (and, or, but,

so)


Compound sentences1

Compound Sentences

I fell off my bike.

I had to get a bandage.

Compound sentence:

I fell off my bike, so I had to get a bandage.

Steps

Read the two sentences

Find the common subject

or predicate.

Pick the best conjunction

to combine the two

sentences. (and, or, but,

so)


Compound sentences2

Compound Sentences

Some farms grow crops.

Some farmers raise cattle.

A. Some farmers grow crops and raise cattle.

  • B. Some farmers grow crops but raise cattle.

  • C. Some farmers grow crops, raise cattle.


Compound sentences3

Compound Sentences

David ate a strawberry.

David ate a banana.

  • A. David ate a strawberry banana.

  • B. David ate a strawberry and a banana.

  • C. David ate a strawberry or a banana.


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