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An independent clause is:
a) a group of words with a subject, a verb, and makes sense b) a complex sentence c) a clause that can not stand alone d) a clause with a preposition
A dependent clause is
a) simple sentence b) a subject c) a group of words with a subject, a verb, but can not stand alone d) prepositional phrase
The type of word that begins a dependent clause:
a) Coordinating Conjunction b) Interjection c) Noun d) Subordinating Conjunction
Find the Subordinating conjunctions:
a) ran, skipped, fell b) before, because, if c) for, and, nor d) he, she, they
The dependent clause in the sentence: After the game ends, I will go home.
a) I will go home b) go home c) After the game ends d) After the game ends, I will go home.
The dependent clause in the sentence: I like carrots because they are orange.
a) because they are orange b) I like carrots because they are orange. c) Carrots d) I like carrots
Which sentence is correct?
a) After I leave you will go. b) You will go, after I leave. c) Will there be cake; when she returns? d) I would like to go if you come with me.
The two Complex sentence formulas are:
a) D,I and ID b) I,cI and SVV c) SSVV and SVSV d) I;I and I,cI
What is the subordinating conjunction in this sentence: I ran home as if a maniac was chasing me.
a) ran b) home c) as if d) man
The sentence with the formula: D,I
a) George ran and jumped into the pool. b) I ate; the dog slept. c) I did not sleep, nor did the dog eat. d) While I ate, the dog took a nap.
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