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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #480: Types OF Sentences !!!
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    Types OF Sentences !!!

    Be ready it's a hard one :)In this exercise you will be ask to identify what kind of sentence is written , you will have to choose between :1- Simple Sentence2- Compound Sentence3- Complex Sentence4- Compound-Complex SentenceThere are 5 sentences.Some examples are written at the end of the test, where you can find the answers.****Identify each of the following sentences : S for simple , C for compound , CX for complex and CC for compound-complex****Have Fun :)

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    1. Paula , who has been studying medicine for the last three years , will work at the new clinic next summer.

    2. Next week , Ron is leaving for Haiti.

    3. Jonathan promised me that he would look after the hotel reservations and I told him that I would buy the plane tickets.

    4. Did you know which novel we will read for the course?

    5. Marilyn wants to get married next year , but Fred would like to finish his studies first

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