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10) during; morning
11) sped; into
12) crystal; on
1) 1 - D, 2 - C, 3 - A, 4 - B
2) It is a simple sentence.
3) It is a complex sentence.
4) It is a compound sentence.
5) It is a complex-compound sentence.
6) The cat walked and purred.
7) It became a complex sentence.
8) The correct one - Because the storm raged for three hours, many homes were flooded.
9) The correct one - We picked the red apples from the orchard.
10) The correct one - Although the soccer team practiced every weekend this month, they still lost all of the games.
1 - D. Two or more independent clauses and one or more dependent clauses - Compound-Complex Sentence.
2 - C. One independent clause and one or more dependent clauses - Complex Sentence.
3 - A. The sentence with only one independent clause (one complete thought - Simple Sentence.
4 - B. Two or more simple sentences that are joined by coordinate conjunction, punctuation, or both - Compound Sentence.
This sentence is simple. The cat crawled under the table to hide. As it has just one independent clause or one complete thought. It has one subject, one verb, and modifiers.
Although it rained for three hours, the coach did not cancel baseball practice.
It is a complex sentence. It has one independent clause (the coach did not cancel baseball practice - one complete thought, it can be a separate sentence) and one dependent clause (Although it rained for three hours - it doesn't have a complete thought, it depends on the other part of the sentence).
Mom baked cookies for the school picnic, and Dad volunteered to grill the hamburgers.
It is a compound sentence these two sentences are independent, they can stand alone, and they are joined by coordinating conjunction 'and'.
After Molly lost the student council election, she decided to try out for soccer, and her friends thought she made a good decision.
It is a complex compound sentence. It has two independent clauses that can stand on their own without losing a complete thought (1: she decided to try out for soccer, 2: her friends thought she made a good decision), and one dependent clause (After Molly lost the student council election), it can't stand alone.
The best way to combine these two sentences (The cat walked. The cat purred.) --->> The cat walked and purred. Because these sentences have one subject, the same cat walked and purred, so it is better to connect them with the conjunction 'and'.
The most effective way to combine the following two sentences: Allison drank all the milk. She went to the store to buy another gallon --->> Since Allison drank all the milk, she went to the store to buy another gallon.
These two sentences became a complex sentence with the help of the word 'since'. It has one independent clause - a complete thought (she went to the store to buy another gallon), and one dependent clause (Since Allison drank all the milk). This dependent clause explains to us why happened the main clause.
Here we need to combine two sentences into a complex sentence: The storm raged for three hours. Many homes were flooded.
From the given options, the correct one is Because the storm raged for three hours, many homes were flooded.
It has one main clause and one dependent clause.
Here we need to combine two sentences into one - We picked apples from the orchard. The apples were red.
From the given options, the correct one is We picked the red apples from the orchard.
Here we need to combine two sentences into one smoother, more effective sentence. The soccer team practiced every weekend this month. The soccer team still lost all of their games.
This is my answer - Although the soccer team practiced every weekend this month, they still lost all of the games.
I hope it helped you :)
6 and 9 are in correct.How can the author revise the passage to improve it?
5. Louis Cheverlot was born in Switzerland, and was known as a daredevil in auto racing; he later started an automobile company.
A is the right answer .
the purpose of a nonfiction text is to give the text a rap up. for example, when i say : frogs are interesting animals is an ending. then when i say: frogs are unique in different ways. that is an intro.
this is what i put and it was correct
it's a way for authors to communicate with reader in this time period. books from the past can teach us about life.