The 4 Types of Sentences

The 4 Types of Sentences Worksheet

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Directions:

Complete the following sentences. Write your answers on a sheet of paper and then type your answers in the Leave a Reply/Leave a comment section below. In the comment section below, a member of our teaching staff will provide helpful feedback on the answers you provide.

1. What are the 4 types of sentences?

2. Why should you include different varieties of sentence structures in your writing?

3. What is a simple sentence? (Please provide an example).

4. What is a compound sentence? (Please provide an example).

5. What is comprised in a compound-complex sentence? (Please provide an example).

6. What is a complex sentence? (Please provide an example).

7. What is a dependent clause? (Please provide an example).

8. Is it grammatically correct to begin a sentence with a conjunction? Please explain your answer and provide an example).

9. What is an independent clause? (Please provide an example below).

Directions:
Multiple choice

10. What does the acronym Fanboys stand for?

A. funny | awesome | nice | beautiful | objective | young | strong

B. for | and | nor | but | or | yet | so

C. Frank | Amy | Nancy | Billy | Oprah | Yolanda | Samantha

D. finesse | adjective | noun | book | obstacle | yellow | sarcasm

11. Which of the following sentences is Compound-Complex?

A. Casey ran to the park.

B. Melissa wore a pink dress and I wore a purple one.

C. When I grow up, I want to be a police officer, and my dad is proud of me.

D. Stay in the house until I call you.

12. Which of the following sentences is Compound-Complex?

A. Nichole, who loves dogs, plans to get a puppy, but she needs to find a house.

B. Although I like to go fishing, I haven’t had the time to go lately, and I haven’t found anyone to go with.

C. Michael loves to eat pizza and chicken wings.

D. Both A and B

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