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Simple compound complex.pptx

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  1. 1. Simple, compound & complex
  2. 2. Example: He seemed quite fascinated with the bargain.
  3. 3. Example: The child was playing with the shells when I approached him.
  4. 4. COORDINATING CONJUNCTIONS Compound Sentences are made by using coordinating conjunctions
  5. 5. RELATIVE PRONOUNS SUBORDINATING CONJUNCTIONS • Time: after, before, while, when, since, until • Cause and effect: because, now, since, as, in order that, so that • Opposition: although, though, even though, whereas, while, in spite of • Condition: if, unless, only if, whether or not, even if, in case (that) Who, whose, whom, which, whoever, whomever, whichever, that Complex Sentences are made by using subordinating conjunctions/ relative pronouns
  6. 6. I love reading story books. I can read story books only if I have free time. I love reading but I don’t like doing so on an e-reader. As I cannot go to library, I have started to search e- books and I am reading one story every week. Examples of Simple, Complex, Compound & Complex- Compound Sentences
  7. 7. Structure of a Compound- Complex Sentences At least two independent clauses and one or more dependent clauses. Uses Academic writing Organize different ideas Variety & Fluency Example 1: Though Ravi prefers Hollywood action films, he went to see a Hindi film with his friends, and he enjoyed it a lot. Example 2: I found my new smartphone to be very complicated, but my daughter, who is good with gadgets, helped me to figure it out.
  8. 8. Fill in the blanks with the suitable phrases: 1.These peanuts were given………………. 2.The herd of animals interacts freely…………….. 3.The current inhabitants………… are members............ of the Giraffe Manor with the family to giraffes of the Carr-Hartley family Identify the dependent/ independent clause in the following sentences: 4.When she was ten, her family moved back to Paris. 5. When they hunted, they brought food back for Shaun to eat.
  9. 9. 1.These peanuts were given to giraffes. 2.The herd of animals interacts freely with the family. 3.The current inhabitants of the Giraffe Manor are members of the Carr-Hartley family. The answers are: 4.When she was ten, her family moved back to Paris. 5. When they hunted, they brought food back for Shaun to eat. Green- dependent clause Pink – Independent clause
  10. 10. Purpose of writing When writing to convey information and to discuss simple ideas, it is appropriate to use basic sentence constructions like simple sentence and elementary compound sentences. However, when writing creatively and when you need to display a more mature and sophisticated style of writing, you must use a variety of sentence constructions. By doing so you reduce the monotony that comes from repetition and infuse life and rhythm into your writing.
  11. 11. Dependent clause introduced by subordinating conjunctions 1. We left the room ……………the lesson was completed. (time) 2. He lost the match ………….. he had trained very sincerely.(opposition) Dependent clause introduced by relative pronouns 1. Please return the book ………… I loaned you last week. 2. I got a letter from the boy ………….. home I had lived in while studying in Mumbai.
  12. 12. Dependent clause introduced by subordinating conjunctions 1. We left the room when the lesson was completed. (time) 2. He lost the match even though he had trained very sincerely.(opposition) Dependent clause introduced by relative pronouns 1. Please return the book that I loaned you last week. 2. I got a letter from the boy whose home I had lived in while studying in Mumbai.
  13. 13. Identify the following sentences as simple, compound and complex: 1.The house has seen a long line of owners over the years. 2.The current inhabitants of the Giraffe Manor are members of the Carr-Hartley family, who purchased the house and surrounding estate in 2009. 3.The owners have done this over the years so the animals get a chance to breed and grow in numbers. 4.Shaun Ellis’ childhood fascination with wolves developed into a deep interest in the natural world.
  14. 14. The answers are: 1.The house has seen a long line of owners over the years. [Simple] 2.The current inhabitants of the Giraffe Manor are members of the Carr-Hartley family, who purchased the house in 2009. [Complex] 3.The owners have done this over the years so the animals get a chance to breed and grow in numbers. [Compound] 4.Shaun Ellis’ childhood fascination with wolves developed into a deep interest in the natural world. [Simple]
  15. 15. Thank you

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