Compound Sentences (Grade 6)

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Compound Sentences (Grade 6)

Combining Sentences: Compound Sentences (Definition, Examples, and Worksheet)

Compound Sentence Definition

  • A compound sentence has two or more complete thoughts about different subjects
  • The coordinating conjunctions and, but, and or can be used to connect the complete thoughts in a compound sentence. 
  • Use a comma before the conjunction. 
  • The correlative conjunctions either/or and neither/nor can also be used in a compound sentence.

Compound Sentence Example
  • My brother likes to swim, but I prefer riding my bike.

Compound Sentence Worksheet 

Combine the sentence pairs to form one sentence. Circle each coordinating conjunction.

1. My tire was flat. I learned how to fix it.
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2. I asked my father. He showed me how to do it.
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3. Now the wheels are fine. The brakes don’t work.
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4. A cable is broken. A bolt is loose.
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5. We’ll take it to the shop. They will fix it.
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Download Compound Sentence Worksheet: Compound Sentence
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