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Connectors of reason, purpose and contrast

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Connectors of reason, purpose and contrast

  1. 1. CONNECTORS OF REASON, PURPOSE AND CONTRAST<br />
  2. 2. SHE DECIDED NOT TO GO TO ENGLISH CLASS _______ IT WAS SUNNY AND SHE FELT LIKE GOING TO THE BEACH<br />
  3. 3. reason(FOLLOWED BY A CLAUSE: AS, BECAUSE,SINCE)<br />SHE DECIDED NOT TO GO TO ENGLISH CLASS AS/BECAUSE/SINCE IT WAS SUNNY AND SHE FELT LIKE GOING TO THE BEACH<br />
  4. 4. SHE DIDN’T GET TO SCHOOL UNTIL 10 AM ___________________ THE TRAIN STRIKE.<br />SHE DIDN’T GET TO SCHOOL UNTIL 10AM _____________________________<br />THE FACT THAT THERE WAS A TRAIN STRIKE.<br />
  5. 5. reason(FOLLOWED BY A NOUN or thefactthat)<br />SHE DIDN’T GET TO SCHOOL UNTIL 10 AM THE BECAUSE OF/OWING TO/DUE TO THE TRAIN STRIKE.<br />SHE DIDN’T GET TO SCHOOL UNTIL 10AM<br />BECAUSE OF/OWING TO/DUE TO THE FACT THAT THERE WAS A TRAIN STRIKE.<br />
  6. 6. SHE REVISED ALL NIGHT _____________ SHE COULD PASS HER EXAM<br />
  7. 7. purpose(FOLLOWED BY A CLAUSE)<br />SHE REVISED ALL NIGHT <br />SO THAT/ IN ORDER THAT SHE COULD PASS HER EXAM<br />
  8. 8. SHE REVISED ALL NIGHT <br />_____________PASS HER EXAM<br />
  9. 9. purpose(FOLLOWED BY AN INFINITIVE)<br />SHE REVISED ALL NIGHT <br />TO / IN ORDER TO/SO AS TO <br />PASS HER EXAM<br />
  10. 10. He went to work _____________ feelingunwell<br />He went to work __________ hisillness<br />He went to work __________ thefactthat he wasn’tfeelingwell<br />
  11. 11. Contrast(FOLLOWED BY –ING, NOUN OR thefactthat)<br />He went to workDESPITE/IN SPITE OFfeelingunwell<br />He went to workDESPITE/IN SPITE OFhisillness<br />He went to workDESPITE/IN SPITE OFthefactthat he wasn’tfeelingwell<br />
  12. 12. HE WENT TO WORK _______________ HE DIDN’T FEEL WELL<br />
  13. 13. Contrast(FOLLOWED BY CLAUSE)<br />HE WENT TO WORK EVEN THOUGH/ALTHOUGH/THOUGH<br />HE DIDN’T FEEL WELL<br />
  14. 14. THIS MAN LOOKS HAPPY ____________________________ THE OTHER LOOKS SAD<br />
  15. 15. Contrast (butnotcontradiction)(FOLLOWED BY CLAUSE)<br />THIS MAN LOOKS HAPPY WHILE/WHEREAS THE OTHER LOOKS SAD<br />

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