SENTENCE TYPES. SIMPLE, COMPOUND, COMPLEX, COMPOUND-COMPLEX. Subject. The subject of a sentence is the person, place, thing, or idea that is doing or being something. dog, Ms. Brunson, Chili’s, my soul. Verb .
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SIMPLE, COMPOUND, COMPLEX, COMPOUND-COMPLEX
i.e. love birds
* A semi-colon can also be used in the place of a “comma conjunction” as long as the two independent clauses relate to one another.*
i.e. Disney World
oncerather thansinceso thatthanthatthoughtillunlessuntilwhenwheneverwherewhereaswhereverwhileSUBORDINATING CONJUCTIONS