Simple Sentence, Complex Sentence, Compound Sentence Worksheet For Class 7

State whether the given sentence is a simple sentence, complex sentence or compound sentence.

A simple sentence has just one clause and one finite verb.

A complex sentence has one main clause and one or more subordinate clauses.

A compound sentence has two or more coordinate clauses.

1. I had a lot of interesting experience during my year in Africa.

2. Can you put the children to bed?

3. You should ask before you borrow the car.

4. He is old enough to make his own bed now.

5. You wouldn’t have enjoyed the film.

6. I want to know why you are late.

7. If you prefer, we can go now itself.

8. What she said is not acceptable at all.

9. We live where the climate is good.

10. He neither looked at me nor opened his mouth.

11. He rose from his seat and seized the mic.

12. I might fail but I will not quit.

Answers

1. I had a lot of interesting experience during my year in Africa. (Simple sentence)

2. Can you put the children to bed? (Simple sentence)

3. You should ask before you borrow the car. (Complex sentence)

4. He is old enough to make his own bed now. (Simple sentence)

5. You wouldn’t have enjoyed the film. (Simple sentence)

6. I want to know why you are late. (Complex sentence)

7. If you prefer, we can go now itself. (Complex sentence)

8. What she said is not acceptable at all. (Complex sentence)

9. We live where the climate is good. (Complex sentence)

10. He neither looked at me nor opened his mouth. (Compound sentence)

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11. He rose from his seat and seized the mic. (Compound sentence)

12. I might fail but I will not quit. (Compound sentence)

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