Literacy Revision

Here a few links which will help you in your Language work.  I will add to them throughout the year depending on the areas we are covering in class.  Feel free to access them whenever you have a free moment.  Remember, practice makes perfect!
Have fun!


Mrs O’Neill

A simple sentence consists of one clause that has a subject and a verb. A simple sentence puts across one idea. The owl hooted.

Compound sentences contain two or more pieces of information and the pieces are linked by a connectives. The owl hooted then flew away.

A complex sentence puts across more detailed ideas. It contains one main clause that can make sense on its own and one or more minor clauses that are linked to it. The hungry owl hooted loudly then flew away as it spotted its next meal.

Commas

Apostrophes

Making sentences

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