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by Abigail Fletcher
| 8 Questions
1
12 pts
A simple sentence is an independent clause.
True
False
2
12 pts
All compound sentences have two or more independent clauses.
True
False
3
12 pts
"FANBOYS" are used in...
simple sentences
compound sentences
complex sentences

4
12 pts
In a compound sentence, where does the comma go?
before the conjunction
after the conjunction
it doesn't need one

5
13 pts
There is only one way to join two independent clauses to make a compound sentence.
True
False
6
13 pts
What is missing in this sentence? Rebecca can sing well and Mary knows how to play piano.
nothing
comma before "and"
comma after "and"
semicolon before "and"
7
13 pts
Choose all the apply. Which ways can we join two independent clauses?
IC, coor. conj. IC
IC; MOTH,
IC IC
IC; IC
IC : IC
8
13 pts
Complex sentences use "glue."
True
False
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