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Unformatted text preview: Name: _________________________________ Diana. L. White Joining Clauses at the Circus Directions: use subordinating and coordinating clauses to join the clauses into a single sentence. Rewrite the sentences and change words and tenses if necessary, but do not remove information. Coordinating Conjunctions: for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so Subordinating Conjunctions: after, although, as, because, before, even if, if ,now that, once, since, that, though, unless, until, when, whenever, where, wherever, while 1. The circus came to town. Tickets were cheap. I decided to go with my friend. __________________________________________________________________________________ The circus came to town and the tickets were cheap, so I decided to go with my friend. __________________________________________________________________________________ 2. The clowns drove up in a little car. There were a bunch of them. I didn’t think they would all fit. __________________________________________________________________________________ The clowns drove up in a little car; I didn't think they would all fit, since there were a bunch of them. __________________________________________________________________________________ 3. A guy stuck his head in the lion’s mouth. Bears were dancing in tutus. An elephant rode a bike. __________________________________________________________________________________ Bears were dancing in tutus, an elephant rode a bike, and a guy stuck his head in a lion's __________________________________________________________________________________ mouth. 4. A man with a whip was beating the animals. The animals were sad. The man fed them a snack. __________________________________________________________________________________ A man with a whip was beating the animals, and the animals were sad, so he fed them a __________________________________________________________________________________ snack. 5. I always have fun at the circus. A lady was selling snacks. I bought popcorn and cotton candy. __________________________________________________________________________________ I always have fun at the circus; a lady was selling snacks so I bought popcorn and candy. __________________________________________________________________________________ 6. A family did tricks on the flying trapeze. I took pictures. I thought one of them was going to fall. __________________________________________________________________________________ A family was doing tricks on a flying trapeze and I took pictures; I really did think one of __________________________________________________________________________________ them were going to fall! 7. My belly hurt from eating junk. I had a good time. The circus is always fun. __________________________________________________________________________________ I had a really good time, but my belly hurt from eating junk; the circus is always fun. __________________________________________________________________________________ ...
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