Use the sentence to complete the activity.
Jessica ate the cookies that her daughter baked for her.
In one to two sentences, identify the bold words as an independent clause, dependent clause, or phrase, and explain their functions within the sentence.
b) In four to five sentences, summarize an important day in your life. Use at least one simple sentence, one compound sentence, one complex sentence, and one compound-complex sentence in your writing.
Rachel’s younger brother is in fourth grade. She is trying to explain to him how to do a household task. She is going to read the explanation aloud and post it on the refrigerator for him to refer to later. What kind of sentences do you recommend Rachel use: simple, compound, complex, or compound-complex?
Identify two sentence types and explain why you think they would effectively communicate Rachel’s message.
In one to two sentences, explain how using a variety of sentence types improves a story.
e)Use the sentences to complete the activity.
To reach her goal of buying a new bike, Marsha will need to save $10 each week.
To reach her goal of buying a new bike each week, Marsha will need to save $10.
In three to five sentences, explain how the placement of the italicized phrase changes the meaning of the sentence.
A) Use the sentence to complete the activity. Jessica ate the cookies that her d