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Worksheet 2: Writing Compound Sentences

Name _________ Date _____

Write ten compound sentences. The first independent clause is provided for you. After you circle the correct verb form, complete the compound sentence by adding one more independent clause. Underline your subjects in both clauses with one line; underline your verbs in both clauses with two lines. 1. The jury (has, have) reached its verdict in the case

2.

The road crew (do, does) its best to keep traffic moving

3.

The United States (symbolize, symbolizes) freedom and democracy

4.

Statistics (is, are) a very demanding course for me

5.

The audience (understand, understands) and (appreciate, appreciates) classical music

6.

The report from the group of senior citizens (make, makes) suggestions to improve the retirement home. Game shows with large monetary prizes (has, have) captured the public' interest s

7.

8.

Kim (practice, practices) her free throw shots throughout the week

9.

Computers and modern technology (is, are) essential for my job

10.

Politics (is, are) the topic of many discussions at work

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