Combine the following simple sentences with a coordinating conjunction (for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so) and a comma. Grammar Quiz #3: Final

Combine the following simple sentences with a coordinating conjunction (for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so) and a comma.
Grammar Quiz #3: Final

Part I. Combine the following simple sentences with a coordinating conjunction (for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so) and a comma.

Bill and Madison are living in Hong Kong. Their children are studying in Australia.
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Would you like to go out to dinner? Would you prefer to stay home?
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Jane has gone to the bank. She plans to go shopping afterwards.
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The wolves began to howl. The moon was full and shining bright.
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I do not like anchovies. I do not like pepperoni.
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Part II. Combine the following simple sentences with a subordinating conjunction (e.g., since, until, because, when, although, if) and a comma (if necessary).

The rain finally came. The people suffering from the drought rejoiced.
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Foods that are high in saturated fat are unhealthy. Jane prefers to avoid them.
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The thunder and lightning have stopped. We can take a walk.
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Pat plays many different musical instruments. She does not play the tuba.
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Luke has nothing better to do. He will agree to go shopping with you.
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Part III. Identify the following sentences as a fragment (F), a comma-splice error (C), or a Run-on (R).

Smith will help us with the gardening today, she has a green thumb. ______
Will has left his keys on the table he is going to be locked out again. _______
Jose graduating from medical school this June. _______


 

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