Connectors and an introduction to complex meaning



In the lesson Simple sentences we looked at how we combine things, actions, places, and so on to make simple sentences.

In this lesson, we're going to link simple sentences to create more complex meanings.

Our key tool for doing this is a group of words and punctuation marks called 'connectors'.

We're going to look at how connectors work and some different kinds of meanings they can create.

For example, here's a simple sentence:

The group looked on helplessly.

Another simple sentence:

Anton tried to free himself.

A compound sentence:

The group looked on helplessly as Anton tried to free himself.

Important. To get the most out of this lesson, you should already be able to identify and write simple sentences. We recommend completing the Simple sentences lesson before tackling this one.

This lesson is not about grammar, exactly

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