Ch 10: Sentence Types

About This Chapter

Review this chapter to commit to memory all the important details concerning sentence types. Examine the lessons to get reacquainted with the terms you need to know, such as compound sentences, sentence fragments, complete sentences, and more.

Sentence Types - Chapter Summary

Make sure you're up to speed on sentence types by going over the information found in this chapter. Our instructors provide definitions for each type of sentence, as well as examples and other related sentence concepts. Topics discussed in this chapter are as follows:

  • Components of complete sentences
  • Compound sentence elements
  • Description of an exclamatory sentence
  • Sentence errors: run-ons, comma splices, and fragments

To bring this review chapter about sentence types to life, check out the engaging video lessons. While these lessons may be short in duration, they are each packed with all the relevant information you need to know to better understand this topic. Within the video lessons, our instructors incorporate a full range of visual aids, including animations, graphics, and words. Watch as the lessons unfold, and listen to the instructors provide the details, complete with exciting examples.

When you watch the video lessons, feel free to binge-watch them back to back, and review them as often as it takes. Each lesson can stand on its own, so you don't have to watch them in order. For instance, if you only want to review exclamatory sentences, go directly to that lesson. As the majority of our lessons range between 5 and 10 minutes in length, you'll be able to fit these lessons in between the different activities of your day. Just think of all those breaks in your days as potential study sessions waiting to happen.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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