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Chapter 1 – Copy these sentences into “Sentences & Punctuation”. Underline and label the clauses – DEP or IND. Sentence Structure: S, CM, CX, OR CM/CX Is the punctuation correct? Explain. COPY:

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chapter 1 copy these sentences into sentences punctuation
Chapter 1 – Copy these sentences into“Sentences & Punctuation”
  • Underline and label the clauses – DEP or IND.
  • Sentence Structure: S, CM, CX, OR CM/CX
  • Is the punctuation correct? Explain.

COPY:

1. “Then there were shouts and the pounding of feet, and the Socs jumped up and left me lying there, gasping.”

2. “I'm not saying that either Socs or greasers are better; that's just the way things are.”

sentence patterns with clauses
Sentence Patterns with Clauses

6. Independent, dependent clause, clause.

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WARM-UPNew Sentence Pattern Card

Compound/Complex

  • Dependent Clause, independent Clause, comma FANBOY (or ; ) independent clause.
  • Independent Clause, comma FANBOY (or ;) independent clausedependent clause.
  • Independent, dependent clause, clause, comma FANBOY (or ; ) independent clause.

(Dependent clauses can be inserted at the beginning, middle, or end of an Independent cl.)

chapter 1 copy these sentences into sentences punctuation1
Chapter 1 – Copy these sentences into“Sentences & Punctuation”
  • Underline and label the clauses – DEP or IND.
  • Sentence Structure: S, CM, CX, OR CM/CX
  • Identify the subject and verb in each clause.
  • Using your Sentence Patterns card, identify the pattern number for this sentence.

COPY:

1. “If you can picture a little dark puppy that has been kicked too many times and is lost in a crowd of strangers, you’ll have Johnny.”

chapter 2 copy these sentences into sentences punctuation
Chapter 2 – Copy these sentences into“Sentences & Punctuation”
  • Underline and label the clauses – DEP or IND.
  • Sentence Structure: S, CM, CX, OR CM/CX
  • Identify the subject and verb in each clause.
  • Using your Sentence Patterns card, identify the pattern number for this sentence.

COPY:

1. “Dally was waiting for Johnny and me under the street light at the corner of Pickett and Sutton, and since we got there early, we had time to go over to the drugstore in the shopping center and goof around.”

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Underline and label the clauses – DEP or IND.

Sentence Structure: S, CM, CX, OR CM/CX

Identify the subject and verb in each clause.

Using your Sentence Patterns card, identify the pattern number for this sentence.

  • “So Soda and I stay out of trouble as much as we can, and we’re careful not to get caught when we can’t.”
  • “We’re almost as close as brothers; when you grow up in a tight-knit neighborhood like ours, you get to know each other real well.”
  • Source: The Outsiders, page 8
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If I had thought about it, I could have called Darry and he would have come by on his way home and picked my up. Page 8

  • I could dsmell English Leather shaving lotion and stale tobacco, and I wondered foolishly if I would suffocate before they did anything.
  • Page 11
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I used to like to draw his picture when he was in a dangerous mood, for then I could get his personality down in a few lines. Page 19

  • “You don’t ever think,” Darry broke in, “not at home or anywhere when it counts.” page 23
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Dally was waiting for Johnny and me under the street light at the corner of Pickett and Sutton, and since we got there early, we had time to go over to the drugstore in the shoppi

  • Young center and good around. P32.
  • “You’d better leave us along,” the redhead said in a biting voice, “or I’ll call the cops.”