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Sentence Variety Here are six sentence patterns: 1. the simple sentence, or an IC 2. a compound sentence with a coordinating conjunction, or IC, cc IC a. the coordinating conjunctions are for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so 3. a compound sentence with a conjunctive adverb, or IC; ca, IC a. some conjunctive adverbs are consequently, furthermore, however, in addition, moreover,
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Unformatted text preview: nevertheless, then, therefore 4. a compound sentence with a semicolon, or IC;IC 5. a complex sentence beginning with a dependent clause, or DC, IC 6. a complex sentence beginning with an independent clause, or IC DC a. Some common subordinating conjunctions are after, although, because, before, if, since, unless, until, when, while...
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