English Compound Sentences and 12 Examples
Compound sentences combine different sentences or phrases through conjunctions and present them as a single sentence. In this way, two different facts or information is transmitted to the other party in a single sentence. Such use enhances the narrative in the paragraph.
- I want to lose weight, yet I eat chocolate daily.
- Michael did not like to read. She was not very good at it.
- They wanted to go to Paris, but I wanted to see London.
- She is very smart, and she knows it
- I think you’d enjoy the party. I don’t mind if you stay home.
- I don’t want to drink. I don’t want to eat.
- The boys sang and the girls danced.
- Mary was out of milk, so she went to the store.
- I have often wanted to drown my troubles, but I can’t get my wife to go swimming.
- A man may die, nations may rise and fall, but an idea lives on.
- We went to the mall; however, we only went window-shopping.
- I saw Samuel yesterday but he didn’t see me.