31 January 2013

**COMPLETE THE SENTENCE, Jan. 31st, 2013**



Use the type of clause, phrase, or grammar indicated to complete the following sentence; you can add the phrase or clause before or after the clause below:

... Valentine’s Day is on a Thursday this year…

Sentence 1. Add a phrase
Sentence 2. Add a dependent clause
Sentence 3. Add an independent clause

14 comments:

Zeinab140 said...

1. I cannot wait Valentine’s Day is on a Thursday this year.
2. Valentine’s Day is on a Thursday this year and it time to give cards and small presents.
3. Valentine’s Day is on a Thursday this year; I planned a surprised trip to Disney for my family.

Veronica Baig said...

ZEINAB: #1--not a phrase; #2--that's an independent clause; #3--good.

Yosua. said...

Yosua Engl140.


Finally, Valentine’s Day is on a Thursday this year.

Valentine’s Day is on a Thursday this year which is my best friend´s birthday.

Valentine’s Day is on a Thursday this year; everyone is prepared to celebrate.

Peggy Ronning said...

1 Valentines,cupid's big holiday,is on a thursday this year.

2.Valentines is on a thursday this year, which is the second thursday in February.

3.Valentines is on a thursday this year and we are planning to celebrate by going out for dinner in a fancy restaurant.

Veronica Baig said...

YOSUA:#1--a phrase is more than one word; #2 and 3--excellent!
PEGGY:So close--you are missing punctuation from #3;-)

Sara said...

1. My calendar says that Valentine’s Day is on a Thursday this year.
2. Valentine’s Day is on a Thursday this year which is in the middle of the week.
3. Valentine’s Day is on a Thursday this year and we will be on holidays in that week.

YOSUA said...

Yosua Engl140.


Finally after years of waiting, Valentine’s Day is on a Thursday this year.

Valentine’s Day is on a Thursday this year which is my best friend´s birthday.

Valentine’s Day is on a Thursday this year; everyone is prepared to celebrate.

RufusENGL143 said...

RufusENGL143

1.Our club special display for the
Valentine’s Day is on Thursday
this year.

2.To encourage higher
participation, the Valentine’s
Day is on Thursday this year.

3.Valentine’s Day is on a Thursday
this year; I am taking my wife
to a movie.

Alexey said...

Alexey ENGL140

1. Believe it or not, Valentine’s Day is on a Thursday this year.

2. Unfortunately, Valentine’s Day is on a Thursday this year, the day of the week I usually have the busiest schedule.

3. Valentine’s Day is on a Thursday this year and I’m going to buy some nice cards.

Veronica Baig said...

SARA: #1--you have changed the original independent clause into a dependent one and added an independent clause; #2--good; #3--can you fix the punctuation?
YOSUA: That's better:-)
RUFUS:#1--an article error; #2--that's another phrase, and there is an article error; #3--good!
ALEXEY:Close--check the punctuation in #3.

Zeinab140 said...

1. Good for you, Valentine’s Day is on a Thursday this year.
2. Valentine’s Day is on a Thursday this year that makes me happy.

Alexey said...

Alexey ENGL140

#3. Valentine’s Day is on a Thursday this year, and I’m going to buy some nice cards.

Peggy Ronning said...

#1 Valentines, cupid's big holiday, is on a Thursday this year.

#2 Valentines is on a Thursday this year, which is the second Thursday in February.

#3 Valentines is on a Thursday this year, and we are planning to celebrate by going out for dinner in a fancy restaurant.

Veronica Baig said...

ZEINAB:#1 is better; #2 is still not a dependent clause;-)
ALEXEY:Thank you:-)
PEGGY: That's it!