Simple or Compound
Clauses
Proper or Common Nouns
Vocab
Vocab

100

He sold that lamp on Amazon for a low price.

Simple

100

Went walking

Dependent Clause

100

Mr. Tom

Proper noun

100

A sphere shaped model of planet Earth

Globe

100

Causing death

Fatal

200

We caught a fish, but we did not eat it.

Compound

200

We love playing Monopoly with family.

Independent clause

200

Target

Proper noun

200

A sudden feeling of excitement

Thrill

200

To crush or wrinkle something

Crumple

300

Allison and Jeff roasted marshmallows.

Simple

300

looking for the flashlight

Dependent clause

300

Spiders

Common noun

300

To be in charge of something

Responsible

300

To persuade or get someone to do something

Convince

400

Allison told me she wanted s'mores yesterday, so I stopped by Kroger earlier.

Compound

400

Austin slept

Independent clause

400

Judge Judy

Proper noun

400

To plan something; to do something with purpose

Intend

400

Having beauty or charm

Grace

500

Jeff wanted popcorn instead.

Simple

500

as we waited for the bus

Dependent clause

500

Neptune

Proper nouns

500

The drive or desire to do something

Ambition

500

A wire or cord wrapped in rubber or plastic

Cable