COMPOUND
PUNCTUATION
CLAUSES
CONJUNCTIONS
MISC

100

Compound sentences can be joined by using a(n) _____________ and a(n) _______________ conjunction.
What is a COMMA and a COORDINATING conjunction?

100

Use a(n) ___________ before the coordinating conjunction.
What is a COMMA? P 169

100

All clauses have ________ and ___________.
What are SUBJECTS and VERBS? Information from the teacher :o)

100

Coordinating conjunctions
What are the FANBOYS? P 168

100

A(n) _______________ sentence consists of two or more simple sentences containing closely related ideas and usually connected in one of three specific ways.
What is a COMPOUND SENTENCE? P 186

200

Another way to join two sentences to make a compound sentence is to use a(n) ______________ if the relationship between the two sentences is very close and obvious without a conjunction.
What is a semicolon?

200

Use a(n) _____________ to join closely related sentences.
What is a SEMICOLON? P 171

200

___________ clauses modify verbs, adverbs, and adjectives and can be recognized by the questions they answer.
What are ADVERB CLAUSES? P 174

200

________________ conjunctions commonly introduce dependent clauses.
What are SUBORDINATING CONJUNCTIONS?

200

A(n) ______________ clause can stand alone and form a complete sentence.
What is an INDEPENDENT CLAUSE? P 171

300

One more way to join two complete sentences to form a compound sentence consists of using a semicolon, ___________, and a comma.
What is a CONJUNCTIVE ADVERB? Notes from the teacher :o)

300

When joining two sentences with a conjunctive adverb, use a(n) ___________ before the conjunctive adverb and a(n) ___________ after it.
What is a SEMICOLON and a COMMA? P 171

300

Most adverb clauses begin with ______________ conjunctions.
What are SUBORDINATING conjunctions? P 174

300

Five of the common words that introduce a dependent clause.
What are AFTER, ALTHOUGH, AS, AS IF, AS THOUGH, BECAUSE, BEFORE,HOW, IF, IN ORDER TO, ONCE, SINCE, SO THAT, THAN, THAT, THOUGH, UNLESS, WHAT, WHATEVER, WHEN, WHENEVER, WHERE, WHEREVER, WHETHER, WHICH, WHICHEVER, WHILE, WHO, WHOSE, WHOEVER, WHOM? P 172

300

A(n) ______________ clause cannot stand alone.
What is a DEPENDENT CLAUSE? P 171

400

Joining two or more ___________ sentences can create a compound sentence.
What are SIMPLE sentences on COMPLETE sentences? P 167

400

When a dependent clause begins a sentence, follow that clause with a(n) ______________.
What is a COMMA? P 174

400

_____________ clauses modify nouns and pronouns in a complex sentence.
What are ADJECTIVE CLAUSES? P 175

400

Commas always precede ______________ conjunctions when joining two complete sentences.
What are COORDINATING conjunctions?

400

______________ conjunctions and ______________ pronouns introduce dependent clauses.
What are SUBORDINATING conjunctions and RELATIVE pronouns? P 171

500

Combining sentences with commas will result in a(n) _______________/
What is a COMMA SPLICE? P 168

500

When a dependent clause follows the independent clause, __________ is needed.
What is NO COMMA OR OTHER PUNCTUATION. P 174

500

___________ clauses function as subjects or objects, or they complement or complete the sense of the subject.
What are NOUN clauses? P 178

500

Semicolons precede _________________ when joining two complete sentences.
What are CONJUNCTIVE ADVERBS? From the teacher ;o)

500

___________ or ______________ modifiers are those needed to identify the subject and should not be set off by commas.
What are ESSENTIAL or RESTRICTIVE modifiers? P 177