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" A Compound sentence consists of two or more simple or complex sentences united. " We treated him well, but he would not stay with us" (two simple sentences united). "
A Greek Grammar for Schools and Colleges - Page 325
by Herbert Weir Smyth - 1916 - 492 pages
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A grammar of the English language

Seacome Ellison - 1854 - 104 pages
...more predicates; as, " Trees and flowers and streams are social and benevolent." — MES. SIGOUKNEY. A compound sentence consists of two or more simple or complex sentences connected together ; as, " The grass grows, the buds burst, the meadow is spotted with fire and gold...
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The civil service English grammar

W V. Yates - English language - 1873 - 118 pages
...sentence, with one or more simple sentences standing in a dependent or subordinate relation to it. A Compound Sentence consists of two or more simple or complex sentences, standing in a co-ordinate relation to each other. II. SIMPLE SENTENCES. The parts of which a simple...
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A Practical Grammar of the English Language

Thomas Wadleigh Harvey - English language - 1878 - 264 pages
...this sentence, "I believe" is the principal clause, and " that he is honest " is the subordinate. 4. A Compound Sentence consists of two or more simple or complex sentences, joined by coordinate conjunctions. Ex. — Spring comes, and the flowers bloom. " I go, but I return."...
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The Writer's Handbook, a Guide to the Art of Composition, Embracing a ...

English language - 1888 - 555 pages
...not understand (what he means)." Subordinate subject, " he "; subordinate predicate, "means (what)." A Compound sentence consists of two or more simple or complex sentences united. " We treated him well, but he would not stay with us" (two simple sentences united). " Although...
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Letter-writer's Vade-mecum and Dictionary Supplment: A Complete Handbook to ...

Robert D. Blackman - English language - 1908 - 176 pages
...not understand (what he means)." Subordinate subject, " he" ; subordinate predicate, " means (what)." A Compound sentence consists of two or more simple or complex sentences united. " We treated him well, but he would not stay with us" (two simple sentences united). " Although...
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A Greek Grammar for Colleges

Herbert Weir Smyth - Greek language - 1920 - 784 pages
...coordinate form. SYNTAX OF THE COMPOUND SENTENCE 2162. A compound sentence consists of two or more simple sentences, grammatically independent of one another...and generally united by a coordinating conjunction. Thus, rij 8t ¿oripatc eVoptvovro StA той TTíSíav I Kol I Ti(rcra.<tifpvrr; tiTrero but on the...
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Effective English: Junior

Philander Priestley Claxton, James McGinniss - English language - 1921 - 294 pages
...not know where I shall spend the winter. This is what (that which) I want. Here is where I get off. A compound sentence consists of two or more simple or complex sentences, joined by coordinate conjunctions, expressed or understood. The parts thus joined are called the members....
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