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A compound sentence has two or more independent clauses that are joined by a FANBOY or a semicolon. An example is: I am hungry, so I want a cracker.
A complex sentence has one dependent clause and one independent clause joined together. An example is: Polly wants a cracker because she is hungry.
Finally, a compound-complex sentence has two or more independent clauses and one dependent clause. An example is:Polly wants a cracker, but she can't have one because we are out!
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Superb!!! That's all for today! Don't forget that your homework is to write an example of a simple, compound, complex, and a compound-complex sentence!
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