4 August 2016


Follow the instructions below to create three different sentences from the following clause:*

... I like noodles ...

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

*Add your words to the beginning or end of the clause (but not both) and do not use a semi-colon to join your independent clause.


McLean140 said...

1. I like noodles that are covered in sauce.
2. I like noodles that smell.
3. I like noodles in my Chinese food.

Brad Letourneau said...

1. I like noodles that are hot.
2. I like noodles when I'm hungry.
3. I like vegetables, and I like noodles.

Michael said...

Good try, McLean. But your first sentence adds a dependent clause (not a phrase) and your last sentence adds a phrase (not an independent clause).

Brad, your first sentence also adds a dependent clause rather than a phrase.

An example of a phrase in a sentence might be "I like noodles in my soup."