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Grade 4 Combining Sentences CCSS: CCRA.L.2, L.4.2, L.4.2c
Which choice correctly combines the two sentences to create a compound sentence?

She enjoys playing music. He enjoys watching TV.
  1. She enjoys playing music, and he enjoys watching TV.
  2. She enjoys playing music and he enjoys watching TV.
  3. She enjoys playing music and watching TV.
  4. He enjoys playing music and watching TV.
Grade 4 Combining Sentences CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.4.1
Read the following sentences.
(1) I have a younger sister named Laura.
(2) She sings like a bird.

Which sentence uses an appositive to correctly combine the two ideas?
  1. I have a younger sister who sings like a bird, and her name is Laura.
  2. I have a younger sister who is named Laura, and she sings like a bird.
  3. My younger sister, Laura, sings like a bird.
  4. My younger sister is Laura, and she sings like a bird.
Grade 4 Combining Sentences CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.4.1, L.4.1f
Choose the answer that correctly combines the following sentences.

Is the weather warm?
Do I need a sweater?
  1. Is the weather warm enough for a sweater?
  2. Warm is not weather and so I need a sweater.
  3. The sweater is for when the weather is not warm.
  4. Is the weather warm, or do I need a sweater?
Grade 4 Combining Sentences CCSS: CCRA.L.2, L.4.2c
Combine the two sentences below with a coordinating conjunction to create a compound sentence.

Lisa likes pepperoni pizza. Luca prefers mushroom pizza.
Grade 4 Combining Sentences CCSS: CCRA.L.2, L.4.2, L.4.2c
Combine the two sentences using a coordinating conjunction to make a compound sentence.

I want to go to the movies. I want to go to the toy store.
Grade 4 Combining Sentences CCSS: CCRA.L.2, L.4.2c
Combine the sentences below using a coordinating conjunction to create a compound sentence.

The teacher gave the students a study guide. There were a lot of students reviewing the guide last night.
Grade 4 Combining Sentences CCSS: CCRA.L.2, L.4.2c
Rewrite the paragraph below using coordinating conjunctions to combine similar sentences to make the paragraph stronger.

Wade loves summer vacation. Sam wishes he was still back in school. This summer they are going to the beach. Sam can't wait to play in the waves. Wade wants to build sand castles. Both activities will make them very dirty. Sam will head home to take a shower. Wade prefers to take a bubble bath. At the end of the day, both boys still end up clean and happy.
Grade 4 Combining Sentences
Combine the following sentences.

The raffle will raise money. The auction will raise money.
Grade 4 Combining Sentences
Combine the following sentences.

My mother will help. Mother will help.
Grade 4 Combining Sentences CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.4.1
Combine the two sentences using a conjunction to create a sentence with a compound subject.

Busch Gardens is an amusement park. Cedar Point is an amusement park.
Grade 4 Combining Sentences
Combine these sentences with a conjunction to make one sentence.

Wade loves summer vacation. Sam wishes he was still back in school.
Grade 4 Combining Sentences CCSS: CCRA.L.2, L.4.2c
Combine similar sentences in the paragraph using conjunctions to create sentences with compound subjects.

The students were all so excited for summer vacation. They had a lot of vacation plans. Erica was going to the beach with her family. Jackie was also going to the beach. Others planned to go visit family. Jackson was going to New York to visit his grandparents. Paul also planned to visit his grandparents in New York. A few other students planned to have fun while staying at home. No matter what, they all planned to have fun.
Grade 4 Combining Sentences
Combine the two sentences to make one sentence.

I need to check out a book. The library is closed.
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