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.
Would you like to go out to dinner? Would you prefer to stay home?
Jane has gone to the bank. She plans to go shopping afterwards.
The wolves began to howl. The moon was full and shining bright.
I do not like anchovies. I do not like pepperoni.
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.
Foods that are high in saturated fat are unhealthy. Jane prefers to avoid them.
The thunder and lightning have stopped. We can take a walk.
Pat plays many different musical instruments. She does not play the tuba.
Luke has nothing better to do. He will agree to go shopping with you.
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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