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Conjunctions presentation

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Conjunctions presentation

  1. 1. CONJUNCTIONS YET AND NOR S
  2. 2. The conjunctions are for, and, nor, but, or, yet (FANBOYS) S
  3. 3. and, so, but and or are the ones we use all the time. S
  4. 4. For is old fashioned and formal. It means because. S
  5. 5. I love her, for she is wonderful. S
  6. 6. Yet is also formal and oldfashioned. It means even though. S
  7. 7. He loved his family, yet he left them= He left his family even though he loved them. S
  8. 8. There are special rules about nor! Use question word order after nor: I didn’t call him, nor did I want to. Nor combines two negatives.
  9. 9. Another way to say it: I didn’t call him, nor did I want to. = I didn’t call him, and I didn’t want to, either.
  10. 10. Another way to say it: We didn’t have a final exam, and we didn’t have to write a final paper, either. = We didn’t have a final exam, nor did we have to write a final paper.
  11. 11. Another way to say it: BART didn’t strike on Friday, and they didn’t go out today, either = BART didn’t strike on Friday, nor did they go out today.
  12. 12. Another way to say it: I don’t have time to go out tonight, and my husband doesn’t, either = I don’t have time to go out tonight, nor does my husband.
  13. 13. Another way to say it: The store won’t return my money, nor will they exchange the merchandise= The store won’t return my money, and they won’t exchange the merchandise, either.

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