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Thursday, 7 June 2018

Simple, Compound and Complex Sentences

Read each sentence carefully and decide whether it is a simple, compound or complex sentence. Explain the reason for your choice.

We have to go to bed when the clock chimes ten o’clock. Complex
This is a complex sentence because there is an independent clause and a dependent clause.

Jennifer liked William’s friend, and she also liked his cousin. Compound
This is a compound sentence because there are two independent clauses.

The big brown dog ran after the blue and red ball. Simple
This is a simple sentence because there is one independent clause.

James and Eve rode their bicycles after they ate lunch. Complex
The reason why this is a complex sentence is because there is one dependent clause
and one independent clause.

The teacher and the principal met in the hall near a library. Simple
This is a Simple sentence because it also only has one independent clause.

Many brave soldiers fought in the war, and they received medals. Compound
This is a compound sentence because there are two independent clauses.

The drummers played a long time, but the piano players stopped early. Compound
This is a compound sentence because there are two independent clauses.

Before the queen rode in the parade, she gave a speech. Complex
The reason why this is a complex sentence is because it has a dependent clause
and one independent clause.

After midnight the ghosts will come out of the haunted attic. Complex
This is a complex sentence because there is an independent clause and a dependent clause.

Thursday, 31 May 2018

Number Conundrum - Integers




Today for Maths we went did this Number Conundrum integers.
For me it was pretty challenging because I haven't done it before
but as soon as I work out how it is done then it was great fun.

Wednesday, 16 May 2018

10 top tourist attractions in New Zealand



Our class has been learning about tourism and one of our task is to use google map to locate the top 10 tourist attractions here in New Zealand.