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Continuing Education Types of Sentences Questions

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Continuing Education Types of Sentences
Which of the following statements explains the best way to construct a compound sentence?
  1. Connect an independent clause and a dependent clause with a comma.
  2. Connect two independent clauses with a coordinating conjunction.
  3. Add a FANBOY to independent clauses.
  4. Connect two independent clauses and a subordinate clause with FANBOYs.
Continuing Education Types of Sentences
Which sentence is a compound sentence?
  1. The flowers and grass sprang up all over.
  2. The seeds were planted, and flowers grew.
  3. Trees and grass springing up on the earth.
  4. The seeds fell to the earth and soon sprouted.
Continuing Education Types of Sentences
Which of the following sentences contains a correctly punctuated, complex sentence with both an independent clause and a subordinate clause?
  1. I will study, because I want a good grade.
  2. If I study I will make a good grade.
  3. After I study I will make a good grade.
  4. I will study if I want to make a good grade.
Continuing Education Types of Sentences
Which sentence is a compound sentence?
  1. The seeds fell to the earth and soon sprouted.
  2. Trees and grass springing up on the earth.
  3. The seeds were planted, and flowers grew.
  4. The flowers and grass sprang up all over.
Continuing Education Types of Sentences
Free whales.
  1. Structurally ambiguous
  2. Semantically ambiguous
Continuing Education Types of Sentences
I went to the bank.
  1. Structurally ambiguous
  2. Semantically ambiguous
Continuing Education Types of Sentences
Continuing Education Types of Sentences
He saw that gas can explode.
  1. Structurally ambiguous
  2. Semantically ambiguous
Continuing Education Types of Sentences
They are hunting dogs.
  1. Structurally ambiguous
  2. Semantically ambiguous
Continuing Education Types of Sentences
Police help dog bite victim.
  1. Structurally ambiguous
  2. Semantically ambiguous
Continuing Education Types of Sentences
The fisherman went to the bank.
  1. Structurally ambiguous
  2. Semantically ambiguous
Continuing Education Types of Sentences
Flying planes can be dangerous.
  1. Structurally ambiguous
  2. Semantically ambiguous
Continuing Education Types of Sentences
There was only one bed, so Jane and Harry slept together.
  1. Structurally ambiguous
  2. Semantically ambiguous
Continuing Education Types of Sentences
She is looking for a match.
  1. Structurally ambiguous
  2. Semantically ambiguous
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