3 grade english ms sue

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conjunctions

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

  • 3 grade english ms sue -

    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)

  • 3 grade english ms sue -

    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.

  • 3 grade english ms sue -

    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

  • 3 grade english ms sue -

    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.

  • 3 grade english ms sue -

    thank you very much

  • 3 grade english ms sue -

    You're very welcome.

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