Quiz : Grammar : Simple, compound, and complex sentences Copy
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There are basic kinds of sentences: , compound, and complex.
- A simple sentence is one (one subject+ verb combination) that makes sense by itself.
- A compound sentence is made of at least two joined together with a conjunction, such as , and, nor, , or, yet, , or as.
- A complex sentence is made of at least one independent clause and one . A dependent clause is not a complete idea by itself. The dependent clause begins with a , such as because, since, after, although, if, or when.