What Are The Kinds Of Sentence According To Structure?

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amber Jhon answered
There are four kinds of sentence on the basis of structure. These four kinds of sentence include simple, compound, complex and compound complex. Simple sentence is the one which has one subject and one verb. Compound sentence is the one which has two simple sentences joined by a conjunction. Third type is the complex sentence which has main clause and subordinate clause. Fourth type is compound complex which is the combination of compound and complex.
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Merylle Bejer answered
There are four kinds of sentences according to structure. The first one is the simple sentence, it is the sentence that have a complete subject and a complete predicate and it has a one complete thought. The second one is the compound sentence, it is the sentence that have a two simple sentences that combine together by use of a conjunction. The third one is the complex sentence, it is the sentence that has a main clause and subordinate clause. The last one is the compound complex sentence, it is the combination of compound and complex sentence..

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There are four kinds of structure , they are the simple sentence that has only one subject and one predicate/verb; compound sentence that has two simple sentences combined by a conjunction; complex sentence is a sentence which has main clause and subordinate clauses; and compound complex sentence is a sentence which is the combination of compound and complex sentences.
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Simple
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2 example of simple,compound,complex and compound complex in sentences
Emily Profile
Emily answered
There are simple sentences, like, "The quick fox jumped over the lazy dog." Then, there are compound sentences, which have two separate clauses.  "The quick fox jumped high, but the lazy dog didn't budge."  A comma followed by a conjunction is used to separate the two clauses in a compound sentence.  One could also use a semicolon if the clauses are close enough in relation to each other.  "The quick fox jumped high; the lazy dog didn't budge."
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Will Martin answered
Basically, there are three: the simple sentence, the compound sentence and the complex sentence.
The simple sentence is the basis of all language. It needs only an independent clause (a stand-alone statement containing a verb and a related subject: "He goes," "Jim smiles.")
To make a compound sentence, you just join two or more of these simple sentences together; to do this, you will usually need a conjunction (joining word) e.g. "and", "but", "because." ("I play football and my brother plays tennis.") You may have heard that you aren't supposed to start a sentence with words like these: this is because their function is to join two ideas together rather than start a new one.
A complex sentence also contains two clauses, but one of the clauses is dependent (sometimes called subordinate.) In other words, this clause can't stand alone as a simple sentence but only makes sense when attached to the main clause. "I have a brother whose name is Philip" is a complex sentence because "whose name is Philip" needs the main clause; you can't detach the two parts as you can with a compound sentence.

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