3 grade english ms sue
posted by dw .
directions-combine each pair of sentences using the conjunction shown. in combining the pairs,use the underlined repeated words and phrases only once.make any necessary changes in words. add a comma in compound sentences.
example- you can see art in a museum.
you can see art in a gallery. (or)
you can see art in a museum or gallery.
1-the empire state building is a famous skyscraper.the chrysler _________________ uilding is a famous skyscraper.(and)
my son write- the empire state building,and the chrysler building are to famous skycraper.
2-new york city has many parks. james likes central park best.(but)
my son write- james likes to play in central park,but it is in new york.
3-visitors can go to a baseball game.
__________________ visitors can go to _______________
__ a basketball game.(or)
my son write- visitors can go to a baseball or a basketball game.
directions write two short,related sentences about a city you have visited. then combine the sentences using a conjunction. remember to add a comma.
my son write- my cousin sister has visted disneyland but, disneyland is in flordia.
check it is right or not thank you
in first example sentence underline (you can see art in a)(you can see art in a)
1- sentence underline (famous skyscraper)
2- there no underline word
3- sentence underline (visitors can go to)(visitors can go to)
1. The Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building are two famous skyscrapers.
2. New York City has many parks, but James likes Central Park best.
3. OK -- but be sure to use proper capitalization and punctuation.
I don't understand your second post.
Is it suppose to go like this:My cousin sister went to Disney Land , but she didn't feel like going all the to Florida.
now check agian i hope now you will get second post. sorry for the capitalization and punctuation
second post is -write two short,related sentences about a city you have visited. then combine the sentences using a conjunction. remember to add a comma.
i write on top the sentence now check please thank you
Your sentence doesn't mention a city.
Your son could write:
I visited New York City. I liked the tall buildings.
I visited New York City, and I liked the tall buildings.
thank you very much
You're very welcome.