Conjunctions

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Conjunctions

  1. 1. Conjunctions and Connectives and but because when which with if Words that link parts of text therefore however furthermore additionally later earlier
  2. 2. Susie saw a dog. The dog only had three legs. Conjunctions are used to join sentences or clauses together.
  3. 3. Susie saw a dog. The dog only had three legs. Conjunctions are used to join sentences or clauses together.
  4. 4. Susie saw a dog, Conjunctions are used to join sentences or clauses together. only had three legs. Conjunction
  5. 5. Susie saw a dog, only had three legs. which but because when with which Conjunctions are used to join sentences or clauses together.
  6. 6. Susie saw a dog. The dog only had three legs. Conjunctions are used to join sentences or clauses together. Susie saw a dog, which only had three legs .
  7. 7. Sarah ran away from the dog. The dog barked at Sarah. Conjunctions are used to join sentences or clauses together.
  8. 8. Sarah ran away from the dog. The dog barked at Sarah . Conjunctions are used to join sentences or clauses together.
  9. 9. Sarah ran away from the dog . The dog barked at Sarah . Conjunctions are used to join sentences or clauses together.
  10. 10. Sarah ran away, the dog barked. Conjunctions are used to join sentences or clauses together. Conjunction
  11. 11. Sarah ran away, the dog barked. when because with but Conjunctions are used to join sentences or clauses together.
  12. 12. Sarah ran away from the dog. The dog barked at Sarah. Sarah ran away because the dog barked. Sarah ran away when the dog barked. Conjunctions are used to join sentences or clauses together. Sarah ran away until the dog barked.

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