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posted by Fate

Identify the structure used in each of the sentences below.

1. The hamburger came from Hamburg, Germany, and the hot dog came from Frankfurt.
simple
compound
complex
compound-complex

2. The idea of placing meat on a bun, however, came from the United States.
simple
compound
complex
compound-complex

3. When the hamburger first arrived in the United States, it was eaten raw.
simple
compound
complex
compound-complex

4. The French still prefer their meat rare, but the Germans eat raw hamburger meat.
simple
compound
complex
compound-complex

5. Hamburgers first became popular among German immigrants who lived in Cincinnati.
simple
compound
complex
compound-complex

My Answers: B, B, C, B, A

1. Fate

hello? can someone plz check my answers?

2. Writeacher

1, 3, and 4 are correct.

Think in terms of subject-verb pairs. How many subject-verb pairs do you see in each sentence?

(Each subject-verb pair indicates a clause, either dependent or independent.)

3. Fate

2 in #2 and 1 in #5?

4. Writeacher

No, I think you're guessing!!

Study this and then try again:
http://www.eslbee.com/sentences.htm

PS -- None are D.

5. Fate

im not guessing, I just don't really understand subordinate clauses

6. Fate

I got c for both of them. is that right?

7. Fate

I meant a and c.

8. Writeacher

OK ... I'll take each one apart for you. Maybe it'll be easier to see:

1. [The hamburger came from Hamburg, Germany,] = one independent clause; it has one subject (hamburger) and one verb (came).
and
[the hot dog came from Frankfurt.] = one independent clause; it has one subject (hot dog) and one verb (came).
1 ind + 1 ind = compound sentence

2. [The idea of placing meat on a bun, however, came from the United States.] = one independent clause; it has one subject (idea) and one verb (came).
The writers of this exercise threw "however" in there to see if you're paying attention to the number of pairs of subjects and verbs!!
1 ind = simple sentence

Let me know if these make sense before I go on...

9. Writeacher

3. When the hamburger first arrived in the United States, it was eaten raw.
You already have this as C, which is correct.

4. The French still prefer their meat rare, but the Germans eat raw hamburger meat.
You already have this as B, which is correct.

5. [Hamburgers first became popular among German immigrants] = one ind clause (subj = hamburgers; verb = became)

[who lived in Cincinnati.] = one dependent clause; it has a subject (who) and a verb (lived), but cannot be a sentence on its own.

1 ind + 1 dep = complex

10. Hailu

I saved money so that I could buy either a house or a car

11. Nicole

Thanks got 100%
1.)Compound sentence
2.)Simple sentence
3.)C
4.)B
5.)Complex

12. Ms. Sue

For those of you googling this question, the correct answers are: B, A, C, B, C. This will give you Connections Academy Students 100% on you're practice test. Just make sure to pay attention to the answers you are putting in.

13. ali

its wrong Nicole is rite trust me

14. Katie

Thanks Ms.Sue :-)

15. CAS

Pretend Ms. Sue and Nicole is right they are the same answers anyway.

16. Whatever

They are all the same answers.

17. Anonymous

lmao ms. sue either gave up or had a stroke. Or both.

18. idk

R.I.P. MS.SUE

19. Anonymous

okay so, they were wrong. i made a 60. thx

20. Long-time Connexus Student

Nicole is right.

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I just took this

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