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Choose the term that describes the type of sentence shown.

If you are in line early, you'll be sure to get the best tickets.

A.) compound-complex
B.) complex
C.) compound
D.) simple

I think it is C?

John was late to dinner and I was late to the movies.

A.) simple
B.) complex
C.) compound
D.) compound-complex

I think this is A?

The price of admission is a can of food or a child's toy.

A.) simple
B.) complex
C.) compound
D.) compound-complex

I think it is B?

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asked by Cassie
  1. You have a lot of studying to do. All of your answers are wrong.

  2. Yes I know. I just took guesses. I did not look in my book. I will try to find the right answers and I'll be back in a minute.

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  3. Don't hurry. I doubt if you can learn about these sentences in a minute!

  4. Alright I changed my answers to B, C, A. I just did some quick research and went with my first instinct. So I don't know if these will be right.

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  5. Yes, those are right.

    Please do not waste our time with wild guesses!

  6. Okay, Thank you.

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  7. I am going to post a couple more if you would take a look.

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  8. I'll take a look, but if you've posted wild guesses, your post will disappear.

  9. Thanks Ms. Sue!!!

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