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Words that link other words, phrases or clauses are known as?
Conjunctions.
What are the three types of conjunctions?
Coordinating, Subordinating & Correlative.
AND, OR, BUT, YET, NOR, SO, and FOR are examples of what type of conjunctions?
Coordinating conjunctions.
If they join single words, phrases and clauses of the same element, creating a compound element, the conjunctions are?
Coordinating conjunctions.
When the conjunction structure is Subject + subject =, such as: “Peter and Ann will do it”, the conjunction is?
A coordinating conjunction.
When the conjunction structure is Noun phrase + Noun Phrase = , such as: The man and the boy are playing soccer.”, the conjunction is?
A coordinating conjunction.
When the conjunction structure is Independent clause + Independent clause = , such as: “You can stay here, or you may come with us.”, the conjunction is called?
A coordinating conjunction.
Are commas used to separate sentences with coordinating conjunctions?
Yes.
When the conjunction structure is Verb + verb=, such as: “You can choose to stay or come with us.”, the conjunction is?
A coordinating conjunction.
What connects subordinate clauses to a main clause?
Subordinating conjunctions or subordinators.
What are examples of most commonly used subordinators?
AFTER ,BECAUSE ,ALTHOUGH, IF, BEFORE, SINCE, THOUGH, UNLESS ,WHEN, EVEN THOUGH, ONLY IF, WHILE, AS, WHEREAS, WHETHER OR NOT, SINCE , IN ORDER THAT, WHILE, EVEN IF, UNTIL, SO, IN CASE (THAT).
As adverbs placed at the beginning of the clause what can subordinating conjunction express?
Time, manner, place, reason, purpose, condition, contrast, comparison.
What type of conjunction uses similar elements and is always used in pairs?
A correlative conjunction.
Examples of correlative conjunctions include?
Both...and, not only...but also, either...or, neither...nor, & whether...or.
Correlative conjunctions join singular and plural subjects and the verb agrees with?
The last subject mentioned. (Neither Peter nor I am studying now. Not only did he lie to me, but he also yelled at Ann.)