November 17th BR: Read for 15 minutes and record the summary in your reading log. REVIEW • On your own piece of paper, write the five components of a complete sentence. • Next, write out the formulas for simple sentences and compound sentences. COMPLEX SENTENCES • An Independent clause joined by one or more coordinator. • Usually contains one or more of the following: • Because… since… after…. Although • That….which….who • If the sentence begins with the dependent clause, it MUST have a comma at the end of the DI. • 2 formulas COMPLEX SENTENCES • Examples: • When he handed in his homework, he forgot to put his name on it. • The students are studying because they have a test tomorrow. • The book that I read is on my desk. D, I Dependent Clause, Independent clause. – Because he was tired, he went to bed early. – When he woke up, he felt much better. – After he went for a run, he ate breakfast. ID Independent Clause Dependent clause. – They went to dinner after they went to the movies. – He played with the dog because it was fun. – He went home early since there was no more work to be done. DO IT! • Write 3 examples of your own for each formula. MAKE IT STICK • Write a story about your most memorable Thanksgiving holiday. What made it interesting/memorable? INCLUDE DETAILS! – Make sure to include at least one sentence for each formula! • SV, SSV, SVV, SSVV • I,cI and I;I • D,I and ID • When you are finished, label each sentence with it’s formula!