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  • All right class! Welcome to Language Arts! Can someone please tell me the difference between an independent clause and a dependent clause?
  • A dependent clause CANNOT stand by itself. An example is: When I'm hungry
  • An independent clause CAN stand on its own. An example is: She likes to eat.
  • That's right!  Now, we know that a subject is the topic of the sentence and that the predicate is the action.  Also, a dependent clause only has a subject OR a predicate and an independent clause has both.
  • An independent clause is also know as a simple sentence.  Can anyone tell me the difference between a coordinating and a subordinating conjunction?
  • A subordinating conjunction is all of the other conjunctions.  They turn independent clauses into dependent clauses. after, although, because, before etc.
  • A coordinating conjunction is a FANBOYS. For, and, nor, but, or, yet, and so
  • Amazing job!!! Now, we just have one more question.  
  • What is the difference between compound, complex and compound-complex sentences?
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