• anonymous
what kind of sentence if u do not go to work u might get fired compound or simple
  • chestercat
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  • sid1729
I assume the sentence is: "If you do not go to work, you might get fired." This is a compound sentence because it connects two simple sentences using "if"
  • anonymous
yes i agree
  • anonymous
I disagree; Use of "if" means that one of the sentence clauses depends on the first half of the sentance (the independant part). What this is is a "Complex" sentence (see the link). An compound sentence can illustrated by joining two simple sentence by a coordinating conjunction. Eg: It is raining today, and my window is leaking.

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