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It could be Compound-Complex
that is my question... ^
@Independent.Queen what grade r u in
I'm a Junior in High School
@BlossomCake is it c?
Give me a minute to check. @barbdewysveck1
Most likely since it's combining sentences to make a complex one.
Okay, I couldn't find it in my book, but I am pretty sure @Independent.Queen is correct.
In a compound-complex sentence, there are two independent clauses and one or more dependent clauses.
can u help me with more please
Your sentence: Even though the wind howled, the children slept soundly, and the dog snored peacefully. Independent Clauses: the children slept soundly; the dog snored peacefully Dependent Clause: even though the wind howled
Thank you @BlossomCake
You are welcome. :D
I can try. :P
What is the structure of the sentence? The young boy’s toy was lost, so later his mother searched and found the toy under a blanket. A. complex B. compound-complex C. simple D. compound
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