SIMPLE, COMPOUND & COMPLEX SENTENCES
Simple: A sentence which has only one main clause is called simple sentence.
Compound: A sentence that has two or more main clauses connected by means of conjunctions are called compound sentence
Complex: A sentence that has only one main clause and any number of subordinate clauses is called complex sentence.
*Main Clause: It gives complete meaning on its own.
*Subordinate clause: It depends on the main clause to get the complete meaning of it.
|Inspite of + verb + ing despite + noun
Eg: Despite / inspite of her poverty, she succeed in her career
But / yet / still
Eg: She was poor yet/but/still she succeed in her career
|Though / although / eventhough
Eg: Although/Eventhough/ though she was poor, she succeed in her career.
|In the event of/ incase of on + verb + ing
Eg: In the event of writing neat, you will win the competition
and at once
Write neat or you will not win the competition
If … can/will/could/would unless..
Cannot when/as soon as
Eg: If you write neat, you will win the competition.
Eg: Being busy, Sha could not attend the function
Eg: Sha was busy also and he could not attend the function.
Eg: Since Sha was busy he could not attend the function