Spin the wheel twice and then use WABBITS to create a complex sentence.
The WABBITS include when, where, while, after, although, before, because, if, though, and since.
The wabbits operate under two rules:
(1) When the wabbits begin a sentence, then a comma is placed in the middle of the sentence, and (2) when the wabbits are in the middle of the sentence, then a comma is not placed in front of the wabbits.
Using subordinating conjunctions in a sentence can help the writer to connect a less important, dependent idea to a more important, independent or main idea.