Combining Sentences - Grade 6

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Combining Sentences - Grade 6

Combining Sentences


Remember!

A compound subject has two or more simple subjects that share the same predicate. Use the conjunction and or or to join the parts of the compound subject.
  • Brett volunteered at the rally. Diane volunteered at the rally. 
  • Brett and Diane volunteered at the rally.
A compound predicate has two more simple predicates that share the same subject. Use the word and, but, or or to join the parts of a compound predicate.
  • Mom docked the boatMom went ashore
  • Mom docked the boat and went ashore.

Combining Sentences Open the Box (Interactive Game)


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