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Once you’ve got a handle on how to recognize fragments and complete sentences, you can start playing with the infinite possibilities for organizing a complete sentence.
Using conjunctions and commas, you can combine elements of a sentence to create compound sentences.
I wanted to read something sexy back to her, so I took the dog-eared book from Eroica.
This is an excellent example of a compound sentence. There are two complete, independent clauses here—sentences in their own right, with subjects and predicates of their own. Continue reading