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Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentences

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  • Mark held the ball in his hand and didn't know where to throw it.
    Simple
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  • Christie and William drove to the park and ate lunch.
    Simple
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  • The man's suit did not match his tie.
    Simple
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  • The pineapple sat on the counter.
    Simple
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  • The cat and dog fought in the living room.
    Simple
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  • Kelly wanted to go ice skating, but Natalie desired to go to the bowling alley.
    Compound
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  • My mom set the groceries on the counter, and the dog ran off with his food.
    Compound
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  • My favorite TV show is Supernatural, but my sister really likes The Vampire Diaries.
    Compound
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  • The police officer turned on his lights, and the red Mustang pulled to the side of the road.
    Compound
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  • The manager of the store walked the floor, and his employees were taking care of the stock room.
    Compound
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  • Although Jessica loved country music, she also enjoyed listening to jazz.
    Complex
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  • I wanted to join the band because I play the saxophone well.
    Complex
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  • When Mark was new at school, Moumin was the first to befriend him.
    Complex
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  • Isabella tried out for the school play and was thrilled when she earned the lead part!
    Complex
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  • We packed up all the camping gear after our tent was destroyed by a bear.
    Complex
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  • Dependent or Independent Clause: when she wanted to go skiing
    Dependent
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  • Dependent or Independent Clause: after cleaning the living room
    Dependent
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  • Dependent or Independent Clause: the horse jumped the fence
    Independent
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  • Dependent or Independent Clause: a car sped down the freeway
    Independent
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