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kinds of sentences according to

STRUCTURE
Mr. Ronald Macanip Quileste, MAED-SM
we start
parts of a
SENTENCE
SUBJECT
PREDICATE
types of
CLAUSES
Independent
dependent
CLAUSES
two types of
COORDINATING
CONJUNCTIONS
remember
remember
remember

for
remember

and
remember

nor
remember

but
remember

or
remember

yet
remember

so
remember

for and nor but or yet so


conjunctions
they connect

and

CLAUSES
they connect

IDEAS
to name a few
unless

because
though
once
Now, we’re ready for the real
Simple
SENTENCES
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They are composed of a

SUBJECT and

PREDICATE
They can be also made of

subject

predicates
They can also be made of

predicate

subjects
They can also be made of

subjects
and
predicates
Andrea danced gracefully.
Andrea danced gracefully.
Andrea and Frank danced gracefully.
Andrea and Frank danced gracefully.
Frank co oked rice and boiled vegetables.
Frank co oked rice and boiled vegetables.
Ann and Amy played house and ate all day.
Ann and Amy played house and ate all day.
Compound
SENTENCES
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COORDINATING
CONJUNCTIONS
connect these clauses together
Maria thinks preparing
sandwiches would delight
mom but I think otherwise.
CROSS - SECTIONING
Maria thinks preparing
sandwiches would delight
mom but I think otherwise.
Maria thinks preparing
sandwiches would delight
mom but I think otherwise.
Independent clause 1

Maria thinks preparing


sandwiches would delight
mom but I think otherwise.
Coordinating conjunction

Independent clause 2
Independent clause 1

Coordinating conjunction

Independent clause 2
Independent clause 1

Semicolon

Independent clause 2
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When she was
younger, she
believed in fairytales.
Let us do
When she was
younger, she
believed in fairytales.
When she was
younger, she
believed in fairytales.
Dependent clause
Subordinating Conjunction

When she was


younger, she
believed in fairytales.

Independent clause
here’s another one
Independent clause

Subordinating Conjunction
Dependent clause
Compound complex
SENTENCES
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Subordinating conjunction
CROSS -
SECTIONING
Compound sentence

Subordinating conjunction
Simple sentence
here‘s another one
Unless you study very
well, you will be an
honor student and your
parents will be proud of
you.
Unless you study very
well, you will be an
honor student and your
parents will be proud of
you.
Subordinating conjunction
Simple sentence

Unless you study very


well, you will be an
honor student and your
parents will be proud of
you.
Compound sentence
Let us
Review
Simple
SENTENCES
Compound
SENTENCES
Complex
SENTENCES
Compound-complex

SENTENCES
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