Grade 3- Subordinating Conjunctions and Complex Sentences (L.2.2i and L.1.1j)
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First Name
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Last Name
Direction: Read each simple sentence. Use a conjunction to combine the sentences to form a complex sentence.
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It started to rain. The soccer game was not cancelled.
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The Sharks won the game. They scored the most goals.
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The game was over. We ate a snack and played on the playground.
Directions:
Read the passage and then answer the questions below. There are two underlined words or phrases in the passage to show which word or phrase may be incorrect.
Now answer the questions below. Choose the correct word or phrase for each of the following.
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Although they eat these plants, they get the energy from the plant; the plant got its energy from the Sun.
A Unless they eat these plants, they get the energy from the plant
B When they eat these plants, they get the energy from the plant
C They eat these plants, although they get the energy from the plant
D correct as is
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The blacktop is cooler at night because it has lost the energy from the Sun’s light rays.
A The blacktop is cooler at night so it has lost the energy from the Sun’s light rays.
B The blacktop is cooler at night like it has lost the energy from the Sun’s light rays.
C The blacktop is cooler at night until it has lost the energy from the Sun’s light rays.
D correct as is
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