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Conjunctions and Interjections Courage Lesson 2 By Mrs. Mennell
Conjunctions and interjections are two more parts of speech. RuleExample A conjunction is a word that connects words or ideas. Ziggy and I are going to the zoo. We will go today or tomorrow. There are three main conjunctions.They are: and or but An interjections is a word that shows strong feelings. It is followed by an exclamation point. Yes! I would love to come to your party. No! I wont bring my little brother. These are words that you might say when you are happy, really mad, or excited. Ouch! On no! Sweet! Ugh! Wow!
Wow!!! What are some examples of interjections that you use?
Try It! Read the sentences. Circle the conjunctions. Underline the interjections. 1.My sister read a story to my brother and me. 2.Oh! Alice just fell down into a big hole. 3.She was following a rabbit, or was it a hare? 4.Goodness! She fell down and hurt her knee. ____ ____________
Practice Read the sentences. Write and, or, or but to complete each sentence. 5.Mom ________ I are going to walk to school by ourselves today. 6. We will walk, ________ we may run. 7.We may even skip, _________ we wont be late for school. 8.Mom is wearing a blue coat _____ a green hat. 9.I am wearing a red jacket, ______ I am wearing a red cap today. and or but and
Proofreading Read the following story. Add an exclamation mark after the interjections. The sidewalks and the streets were slippery with snow. Oh, no How would I get to school safely today? I bundled myself up in my coat and my hat. Oops I almost forgot my gloves. Now Im finally ready to go. The steps at school are spread with salt. Wow This is easy. ! ! !