4 April 2013

**COMPLETE THE SENTENCE, April 4th, 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 (not both) to the clause below:

...April is here...

Sentence 1: add a phrase            
Sentence 2: add a dependent clause     
Sentence 3: add an independent clause

* Please write three separate sentences.

6 comments:

Alexey said...

Alexey ENGL140

1. April is here almost a week.
2. April is here nevertheless of many snow drifts that are still lying all around the city.
3. March has gone; April is here.

Peggy Ronning said...

1. April is here for thirty days.

2. Finally, I thought, April is here.

3. April is here and I'm so tired of seeing snow.

Veronica Baig said...

ALEXEY: #1--you need a different verb tense; #2--omit a word and check punctuation; #3--good.
PEGGY: yes, but check the punctuation in #3;-)

Peggy Ronning said...

3. April is here, and I'm so tired of seeing snow.

Veronica Baig said...

PEGGY: Thank you!

KennethENGL140 said...

1. April is here with her father.

2. Taxes are soon due, if April is here.

3. April is here and I look forward to warmer weather.