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Year 6 English Use the connectives in the box below to make one compound sentence from two simple sentences. Here’s an example: My dog is not popular with the neighbours.  My dog scares the postman away. because but when            therefore and 1.  The teacher was late for work.  The teacher’s guinea pig had hidden her car keys. 2.  I haven’t got any bread.  I cannot have a sandwich. 3.  It rained all day.  The wedding went ahead anyway. Now try making complex sentences from two simple sentences. Here’s another example: My brother is not popular with the neighbours.  My brother scares the postman away. 1.  My sister has green and purple hair.  My sister is older than me. 2.  The weather in Brussels has been terrible lately.  The weather is starting to get  worse. 3.  The table is only small.  The table cannot support the weight of 25 children.
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2011 for the course EDUCATION 320 taught by Professor Professorlemont during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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