Who can spot sentence types..well ? Scribo makes it simple.
Sentence spotting is even harder! Simple, Complex, Compound, Fragment and Complex Compound all have nuances and rules.
Scribo automatically identifies the range of sentence types students are using.
Did you know…?
A compound sentence consists of two or more independent clauses. The independent clauses can be joined in one of two ways:
- With a coordinating conjunction: for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so
- With a semicolon (;)
As with a simple sentence, a compound sentence can’t have any subordinate clauses.
With our new fluro sentence color coding, it is easy to see the types of sentences students are writing. Students can see the same dissection of sentences in Scribo Student, putting everyone on the same page.