English Grammar: Parts of speech (conjunctions)

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English Language learners: This is a step-by-step 34-slide presentation to help you understand, remember and apply connecting words, so you can build stronger sentences. (Created by Rita Zuba Prokopetz / G&R Languages – June, 2012)

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English Grammar: Parts of speech (conjunctions)

  1. 1. Topic: Parts of Speech (Conjunctions)Audience: English language learnersPublished by: G&R Languages – June 20, 2012 Connecting Words n ce e nt se Connecting words e nc n te se Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  2. 2. Conjunctions g a tin ting e rd in ina ativ oo b ord re l C Su C or Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  3. 3. Coordinating Conjunctions How many? What are they? Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  4. 4. Coordinating ConjunctionsHow many? Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  5. 5. Coordinating ConjunctionsWhat are they? Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  6. 6. Coordinating Conjunctions a t? hW Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  7. 7. Coordinating ConjunctionsFORI study hard, for I want to succeed. Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  8. 8. Coordinating ConjunctionsANDI study hard, and I review all my work. Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  9. 9. Coordinating ConjunctionsNORI do not miss classes, nor do I arrive late. Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  10. 10. Coordinating ConjunctionsBUTI work hard, but I need to work harder. Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  11. 11. Coordinating ConjunctionsORI must try harder, or I will not succeed. Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  12. 12. Coordinating ConjunctionsYETI study hard, yet I do not get the results I want. Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  13. 13. Coordinating ConjunctionsSOI must study harder, so I can get the results I want. Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  14. 14. Subordinating Conjunctions How many? What are they? Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  15. 15. Subordinating ConjunctionsHow many? More than Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  16. 16. Subordinating ConjunctionsWhat are they? Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  17. 17. Subordinating Conjunctions t ? h aW Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  18. 18. Subordinating ConjunctionsWHENShe will call when she arrives.When she arrives, she will call. Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  19. 19. Subordinating ConjunctionsWHILEThey went out while she babysat.While she babysat, they went out. Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  20. 20. Subordinating ConjunctionsALTHOUGHHe prefers to walk although he drives.Although he drives, he prefers to walk. Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  21. 21. Subordinating ConjunctionsSINCEI will stay a little longer since I arrived late.Since I arrived late, I will stay a little longer. Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  22. 22. Subordinating ConjunctionsASShe is perfectly fine as you can see.As you can see, she is perfectly fine. Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  23. 23. Subordinating ConjunctionsBECAUSEHe succeeds because he works hard.Because he works hard, he succeeds. Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  24. 24. Subordinating ConjunctionsBEFOREShe arrived before the bell rang.Before the bell rang, she arrived. Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  25. 25. Subordinating ConjunctionsIFI must work harder if I want to pass.If I want to pass, I must work harder. Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  26. 26. Correlative Conjunctions How many? What are they? Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  27. 27. Correlative ConjunctionsHow many?4 pairs… Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  28. 28. Correlative Conjunctions both... and either... or neither... nor not only... but also Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  29. 29. Correlative ConjunctionsBoth… andBoth the teacher and the student will be receiving a special award tomorrow. BOTH teacher AND student Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  30. 30. Correlative ConjunctionsEither… orThey will either work full time or study full time in the fall. EITHER work OR study Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  31. 31. Correlative ConjunctionsNeither… norI will neither work nor study during the summer months. Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  32. 32. Correlative ConjunctionsNot only… but alsoThey can not only speak Japanese fluently, but also read and write it quite well. Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  33. 33. Connecting Words Coordinating Conjunctions Subordinating Conjunctions Correlative Conjunctions Images: courtesy of Clip Art
  34. 34. Topic: Parts of Speech (Conjunctions)Audience: English language learnersPublished by: G&R Languages – June 20, 2012 Thank you! n ce e nt se Connecting words e nc n te se Images: courtesy of Clip Art

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