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ESL MRS. NABULSI.  COORDINATING CONJUNCTIONS  CORRELATIVE CONJUNCTIONS  SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTIONS.

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1 ESL MRS. NABULSI

2  COORDINATING CONJUNCTIONS  CORRELATIVE CONJUNCTIONS  SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTIONS

3  AND  OR  FOR  NOR  SO  BUT  YET  PURPOSE: To JOIN words, phrases, or clauses  Look at sheet TYPES OF CONJUNCTIONSCONJUNCTIONS

4  Pairs of conjunctions that work together to coordinate two items  Correlative conjunctions are  Both …and  Either…or  Not (only)…but (also)  Neither …nor  With not only..but also, a comma is usually used

5  Subordinate conjunctions:  A subordinating conjunction joins a subordinate or DEPENDENT clause with a main or INDEPENDENT clause.  The following is a list of the most common subordinating conjunctions.  After  how  till ( or 'til)  Although  if  Unless  Inasmuch  until  as if  in order  that  when as long as As long as lest Whenever as much as now that where as soon as provided (that) wherever as though Since while so that before than even if tt even though though

6  An adverb clause is always introduced by a subordinating conjunction. A noun clause and adjective clause sometimes are.  Adverb clause : Before you go, sign the log book. (You is the understood subject in the second clause, Notice the comma –IAC – introductory adverbial clause.  Noun clause: David asked if he could leave early.  Adjective clause : That is the place where he was last seen. THAT is a relative pronoun functioning as the subject.

7 What are they? What do they link? What do they tell? Examples of their use with words, phrases and clauses

8 QUESTIONANSWER What are the coordinating conjunctions? and for so yet but nor or

9 QUESTIONANSWER What do conjunctions link? Conjunctions link Words Phrases Clauses

10 Question Answers What kind of information do coordinating conjunctions link? Agreement – and, Disagreement – but, yet, or, nor Agreement/disagreement – or Reason – for, so

11 Idea Examples Coordinating conjunction link words: Tom and Sarah are brothers and sisters. Linda will go or not go to college. Taro nor Naomi like homework.

12 Idea Example Coordinating conjunction link phrases Prepositional phrase: David goes to the pool and to soccer practice after school. Gerund phrase : Vanessa likes playing volleyball but not doing exercises.. Participial phrase: Eating pizza or drinking soda, Jamal enjoys his after –school snack.

13 Idea Example Coordinating conjunction link clauses Erwin is good at math, and Darron is good at science. Letisha is a member of there volleyball team, but she doesn’t like dodge ball.

14 What are they? What do they link? What do they tell? Examples of their use with words, phrases and clauses

15 QUESTIONANSWER What are the correlative conjunctions? Both..and Not only…but also Either …or Neither … nor

16 QUESTIONANSWER What do correlative conjunctions link? Correlative conjunctions link Words Phrases Clauses

17 Question Answers What kind of information do correlative conjunctions link? Agreement –Both.. and, Disagreement Neither..nor’ either..or Agreement/disagreement not only..but also

18 Idea Examples Correlative conjunction link words: Both Tom and Sarah are eight graders. Either Linda will win or not win to award.. Neither Taro nor Naomi like homework.

19 Idea Example Correlative conjunctions link phrases Prepositional phrase: David goes both to the pool and to soccer practice after school. Gerund phrase : Vanessa likes neither playing cards nor doing exercises.. Participial phrase: Either Eating pizza or drinking soda, Jamal enjoys his after –school snack.

20 Idea Example Correlative conjunctions link clauses Erwin is both good at math, and he is good at science. Letisha is either a member of the volleyball team, or she is a member of the dodge ball.

21 What are they? What do they link? What do they tell? Examples of their use with words, phrases and clauses

22 QUESTIONANSWER What are the subordin ate conjuncti ons? After how till ( or 'til) As long as lest Whenever as much as now that Where as soon as provided (that) wherever as though Since while so that before than even if tt even though though Although if Unless Inasmuch until as if in order that when

23 QUESTIONANSWER What do subordinate conjunctions link? Subordinate conjunctions link only Clauses

24 Idea Example Subordinate conjunctions that link clauses Introductory adverbial clauses (IAC): Because Arthur wants a new Play Station, his parents said he must make all A;s to get one. Noun clause: As skiing is very dangerous, beginners need to take lessons. Adjective clause: The team that won the Super Bowl was the Ravens.

25 COORDINATINGCORRELATIVESUBORDINATE Both..and Not only…but also Either …or Neither … nor After how till ( or 'til) As long as lest Whenever as much as now that Where as soon as provided (that) wherever as though Since while so that before than even if tt even though though Although if Unless Inasmuch until as if in order that when and for so yet but nor or

26  Name the three different types of conjunctions.  Give examples of each type of conjunction  Know which conjunctions need a comma or semicolon  Be able to use these conjunctions in sentences  Be able to identify conjunctions and type in a sentence  SMARTBOARD ACTIIVITIES


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