Learning and understanding how to write different types of sentences.

How do you write complex and compound sentences? Explain dependent, independent, subordinate, conjunctions etc.

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<br> EX: When the police arrested the man who had the stolen Egyptian artifact
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<br>BECAUSE THE ABOVE CLAUSES CAN'T STAND ALONE, THEY ARE CALLED DEPENDENT (D) clauses.
<br>(NOTE: Dependent clauses are sometimes called SUBORDINATE clauses.)
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<br>Once the above concepts are clear, you can move forward and create great sentences! The following pages, you'll find a break down of the types of sentences AND how they are punctuated.
<br>There are four (4) sentences types:
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<br> 1) SIMPLE SENTENCE (I) (AKA: an independent clause)
<br> A simple sentence is a group of related words which contains a subject and a verb.
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<br> EX: I love my English class.
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<br> EX: The hyperbolic anti-solution pre-ambulatory module is virtually triangulated.
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<br>(NOTE: the term "simple" does NOT imply ANYTHING about the degree of intricacy or the length of the sentence!)
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<br> Most simple sentences end with a period; however, some make use of question marks or exclamation marks.
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<br> 2) COMPOUND SENTENCE (I + I)
<br> A compound sentence is made up of two simple sentences that are joined with the appropriate punctuation.
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<br> EX 1: I love my English class, and I always do my homework.
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<br> EX 2: I love my English class; I always do my homework.
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<br> EX 3: I love my English class; therefore, I always do my homework.
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<br>The "joining" methods include:
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<br> (1) Use of a comma (,) and a COORDINATING CONJUNCTION ...