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Simple Sentences

A simple sentence consists of a single independent clause and does not contain a subordinate clause:

William wrote well.

A simple sentence may contain compound subjects and predicates to express complex ideas while maintaining a single main clause:

Modern Man, with an eye to preserving the future of mankind through the wonders of nuclear technology, has lost his marbles.