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Conjunctions
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Wilson Carrión
single
word
• and, but,
because,
although
single
word
• often
ending
with as or
that
compou
nd
• for
example:
so...that
co...
  
Types of Conjunctions
Subordinating
Coordinating
Correlative
Conjuctive
Adverbs
  
Subordinating
  
Common Subordinating Conjunctions
after
although
as
as if
as long as
as though
because
before
even if
even though
if
if...
Punctuation Note:
When the dependent clause is placed first in a sentence, use a comma between the two
clauses. When the i...
  
Sara begins to
sneeze whenever she opens
the window to get a breath of
fresh air.
I don’t want to go to the
movies beca...
  
Coordinating
FANBOYSFANBOYS
ForFor
AndAnd
NorNor
ButBut
OrOr
YetYet
SoSo
Connects two independent clauses, it is
often ...
  
I have two goldfish and a cat.
You can eat your cake with a spoon or fo
  
Correlative
as as
both and
Either or
Hardly when
If then
Just as so
Neither nor
No only But also
Not but
rather than
sc...
  
She is both intelligent and beautiful.
Jerry is neither rich nor famou
  
Conjuctive Adverbs
Are used to connect one clause to another. They
are also used to show sequence, contrast, cause
and ...
  
Amy practiced the violin;
meanwhile, her brother practiced
the piano.
Your dog got into my
yard; in addition, he dug
up...
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  1. 1.    Conjunctions https://www.facebook.com/EspanglishLoja -101719766865512/ Wilson Carrión
  2. 2. single word • and, but, because, although single word • often ending with as or that compou nd • for example: so...that correlat ive Is a word that connect, phrases, clauses, or sentences. Conjunctions have three basic formats:
  3. 3.    Types of Conjunctions Subordinating Coordinating Correlative Conjuctive Adverbs
  4. 4.    Subordinating
  5. 5.    Common Subordinating Conjunctions after although as as if as long as as though because before even if even though if if only in order that now that once rather than since so that than that though till unless until when whenever where whereas wherever while
  6. 6. Punctuation Note: When the dependent clause is placed first in a sentence, use a comma between the two clauses. When the independent clause is placed first and the dependent clause second, do not separate the two clauses with a comma. Punctuation Note: When the dependent clause is placed first in a sentence, use a comma between the two clauses. When the independent clause is placed first and the dependent clause second, do not separate the two clauses with a comma.
  7. 7.    Sara begins to sneeze whenever she opens the window to get a breath of fresh air. I don’t want to go to the movies because I hate the smell
  8. 8.    Coordinating FANBOYSFANBOYS ForFor AndAnd NorNor ButBut OrOr YetYet SoSo Connects two independent clauses, it is often (but not always) accompanied by a comma:
  9. 9.    I have two goldfish and a cat. You can eat your cake with a spoon or fo
  10. 10.    Correlative as as both and Either or Hardly when If then Just as so Neither nor No only But also Not but rather than scarcely when What with and wether or Correlative conjunctions are used in pairs to link equivalent elements in a sentence. joining various sentence elements that should be treated as grammatically equal.
  11. 11.    She is both intelligent and beautiful. Jerry is neither rich nor famou
  12. 12.    Conjuctive Adverbs Are used to connect one clause to another. They are also used to show sequence, contrast, cause and effect, and other relationships. accordingly , hence however furthermor e, Besides, indeed neverthel ess then moreover, Certainly, instead otherwise thereafte r similarly consecue ntly likewise next therefore Also finally meanwhi le now thus Anyway, further namely still In
  13. 13.    Amy practiced the violin; meanwhile, her brother practiced the piano. Your dog got into my yard; in addition, he dug up my petunias.

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