Simple, Compound, & Complex

By: Darby Eime

Simple Sentences

Simple Sentences needs one piece of information that makes sense on it's own.

EX: She changed the light bulb. She didn’t like fixing things

Compound Sentences

Compound Sentences needs two simple sentences and a conjunction.

Ex. She changed the light bulb but she didn't like fixing things.

Complex Sentences

Complex Sentences begin with a conjunction and the ideas are separated with a comma.

Ex: She was a great English teacher. She couldn't change a light bulb safely.

Then it changes to Although she was a great English teacher, she couldn't change a light bulb safely. We linked them and used a conjunction and a comma.

Big thanks to Mrs.Tollison, for teaching us about Sentence types!

Simple, Compound and Complex Sentences
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