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Last updated 14 May 2013, created 15 March 2010, viewed 51,049
A worksheet resource with flow chart for changing simple sentences into compound sentences. Includes a list of conjunctions.
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Thank you so much for a much needed revision resource. This is ideal for my special needs students. Thank you!
There are grammatical errors as compound sentences do not use subordinating conjunctions. Compound sentences use co-ordinating conjunctions:
for,and,nor,but,or ,yet and so.
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Nice idea. Unfortunately only not all the conjunctions listed as coordinating conjunctions are coordinating conjunctions. Conjunctions like 'if' and 'because' are subordinating conjunctions. Clauses beginning with these are subordinate and sentences containing them are complex, not compound.
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