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Khaled can sing and dance. SV and V Farida and Lillian play. S and SV. Omar and Amin talked and laughed. S and SV and V. Talal sings. SV. Mostafa types, but he doesn't know how to print. I, fI. Aly finished, so he can play. I, fI. Suzanna types; she doesn't know how to print. I; I. Rawan sang; the audience clapped. I; I. After the busses leave, Noor takes a taxi. D, I. Nabil reads his book as soon as he finishes his homework. ID. Whenever we go to Maadi Grand Mall, we eat at Arzak. D, I. Until we show some respect, we will not have a free day in homeroom. D, I. Omar likes to chew gum while he is studying. ID. Nour cries because she is sad, but someday she will stop crying. ID, fI. Amr reads to himself, and he thinks about the words as he reads them. I, fID. I laughed when Mohamed said that; he was so ridiculous. ID; I. Laila sings; she loves to hear music when she works. I; ID. Unless she gets her grades up, Sandra will not go to the party; she will stay home. D, I; I. Though she is afraid, Aisha opens the door, and she goes inside. D, I, fD. What are the coordinating conjunctions? for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so What are the relative pronouns? that, which, who, whom, whose What are the subordinating conjunctions? after, although, as, as if, as long as, as much as, as soon as, as though, because, before, how, if, in order that, since, so that, than, though, unless, until, when, whenever, where, wherever, while What is a dependent clause? Dependent clauses cannot stand alone because they do not express a complete thought. What is an independent clause? Independent clauses can stand alone as a complete sentence. Learning sentence formulas can help you learn to write a variety of sentences which will make your writing more interesting.It can also help you write complete and correct sentences.In addition, they can help you know what type of punctuation to use and w

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