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Conjunction
a word that joins words or groups of words in a sentence
Coordinating Conjunction
joins sentence parts of the same type.
Correlative Conjunction
are joining words that are used in pairs to join sentence parts of equal rank.
Interjections
words that can stand anlone in a sentence by them self
Phrase
does not contain bath a subject and a predicate
Clause
contains both a subject and a predicate
Independent Clause
can stand alone as a sentence, but a dependent clause cannot stand alone as a sentence
Dependent Clause
written as a sentence is a fragment
Simple Sentence
consists of one independent clause
Compound Sentence
consists of two or more independent clauses