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Which sentence is the correctly written compound sentence?
a) The study of weather can be traced back to ancient India; the ancient Greeks also studied weather. b) The study of weather can be traced back to ancient India, the ancient Greeks also studied weather. c) The study of weather can be traced back to ancient India and ancient Greece. d) People in both ancient India and ancient Greece studied the weather.
Which sentence is the correctly written compound sentence?
a) Once each year, Chincoteague firefighters round up the ponies and sell some at auction. b) Once each year, Chincoteague firefighters round up the ponies, set up an auction, and sell some. c) Once each year, Chincoteague firefighters round up the ponies, and some are sold at auction. d) Once each year, Chincoteague firefighters round up and sell some ponies at auction.
Which sentence is the correctly written compound sentence?
a) The attic is full of old junk and needs to be cleaned. b) The attic needs to be cleaned, it is full of old junk. c) The attic needs to be cleaned; it is full of old junk. d) The attic, full of old junk, needs to be cleaned.
Which sentence is the correctly written compound sentence?
a) The Statue of Liberty is located on a small, uninhabited island called Liberty Island. b) Liberty Island is a small, uninhabited island, but it is best known as the location of the Statue of Liberty. c) Liberty Island is a small, uninhabited island where the Statue of Liberty is located. d) Liberty Island is a small, uninhabited island, it is best known as the location of the Statue of Liberty.
Which sentence is the correctly written compound sentence?
a) On the first three days of July in 1863, the Battle of Gettysburg was fought in Pennsylvania. b) The Battle of Gettysburg was fought in Pennsylvania; it took place on the first three days of July in 1863. c) The Battle of Gettysburg was fought in Pennsylvania on the first three days of July in 1863. d) The Battle of Gettysburg was fought in Pennsylvania, it took place on the first three days of July in 1863.
Which sentence is the correctly written simple sentence?
a) I like pickles on my sandwich; I also enjoy spicy mustard. b) I like pickles on my sandwich, I also enjoy spicy mustard. c) I like pickles and spicy mustard on my sandwich. d) I like pickles on my sandwich, and I also enjoy spicy mustard.
Which sentence is the correctly written simple sentence?
a) Scorpions and spiders live in the desert, beetles can live there, too. b) Beetles, scorpions, and spiders make their homes in the desert. c) Scorpions and spiders live in the desert; beetles can also make homes in the desert. d) The desert is home to scorpions and spiders, and beetles can also live in the desert.
Which sentence is the correctly written simple sentence?
a) Snow and ice are just two dangers in winter avalanches are another. b) In late fall, snow begins falling, and by winter ice covers the roads. c) Snow covers the roads, and ice is dangerous in late fall. d) In late fall, snow and ice cover the roads.
Which sentence is the correctly written simple sentence?
a) Indianapolis and Lexington are both state capitals and they are in the Midwest. b) Indianapolis is one state capital and Lexington is another. c) Indianapolis and Lexington are state capitals. d) Indianapolis is a state capital and Lexington is also.
Which sentence is the correctly written simple sentence?
a) Pollution is threatening the health of the pond and the surrounding forest. b) Pollution is hurting this pond; it is also threatening the health of the surrounding forest. c) Pollution is hurting this pond, it is threatening the health of the surrounding forest. d) Pollution is hurting this pond, and it is threatening the health of the surrounding forest.
Is the group of words a simple sentence, a compound sentence, or a run-on sentence? My puppy is well-trained; he can sit and speak.
a) run-on sentence b) simple sentence c) compound sentence d)
Is the group of words a simple sentence, a compound sentence, or a run-on sentence? The rain poured down, but we stayed warm and dry.
a) run-on sentence b) simple sentence c) compound sentence d)
Is the group of words a simple sentence, a compound sentence, or a run-on sentence? The snow continued to fall, but we stayed inside and played games.
a) simple sentence b) run-on sentence c) compound sentence d)
Is the group of words a simple sentence, a compound sentence, or a run-on sentence? The storm has passed, games will resume now.
a) compound sentence b) simple sentence c) run-on sentence d)
Is the group of words a simple sentence, a compound sentence, or a run-on sentence? The museum was crowded, but our group was able to see everything.
a) simple sentence b) run-on sentence c) compound sentence d)
Is the group of words a simple sentence, a compound sentence, or a run-on sentence? Jan went on a quiz show, won two hundred dollars, and bought gifts for her family.
a) compound sentence b) run-on sentence c) simple sentence d)
Is the group of words a simple sentence, a compound sentence, or a run-on sentence? Pearls are usually white they can be gray, pink, or yellow.
a) run-on sentence b) compound sentence c) simple sentence d)
Is the group of words a simple sentence, a compound sentence, or a run-on sentence? Nathan entered a tennis tournament, won the championship, and took home the trophy.
a) simple sentence b) run-on sentence c) compound sentence d)
Is the group of words a simple sentence, a compound sentence, or a run-on sentence? I like chicken I hate broccoli.
a) simple sentence b) compound sentence c) run-on sentence d)
Is the group of words a simple sentence, a compound sentence, or a run-on sentence? This is very hard that is much softer.
a) run-on sentence b) compound sentence c) simple sentence d)
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