18 May 2017

*COMPLETE THE SENTENCE*

Follow the instructions below to create three different sentences from the following clause:*


… Spring seems to have arrived late this year …

Sentence 1. Add a phrase
Sentence 2. Add a dependent clause
Sentence 3. Add an independent clause


*Add your words to the beginning or end of the clause (but not both) and do not use a semi-colon to join your independent clause.

4 comments:

gerry visco said...
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gerry visco said...

… Spring seems to have arrived late this year …

1. Although the Winter was mild, Spring seems to have arrived late this year.
2. This Spring is likely to arrive late this year.
3. Spring arrived late this year.

Sentence 1. Add a phrase
Sentence 2. Add a dependent clause
Sentence 3. Add an independent clause

Maria140 said...

1. Spring seems to have arrived late this year compared to last year.
2. Because winter was too long spring seems to have arrived late this year.
3. Spring seems to have arrived late this year, so the flowers did not have enough time to grow.

Sanjot140 said...


… Spring seems to have arrived late this year …

Sentence 1. Add a phrase
Sentence 2. Add a dependent clause
Sentence 3. Add an independent clause

1. Spring seems to have arrived late this year, just as the groundhog's shadow predicted.
2. Spring seems to have arrived late this year after a harsh Winter.
3. Spring seems to have arrived late this year due to global climate changes.