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Prepositions and Conjunctions

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Coordinating Conjunctions about Business
Please note that multiple answers might be acceptable.   Appropriate punctuation (commas, periods, and semicolons) depends on the specific conjunction.
Coordinating Conjunctions about Earth and Space Science
Different circumstances require different coordinating conjunctions: and joins similar ideas. but joins contrasting or conflicting ideas. or and nor join ideas that introduce alternative possibilities or choice. so joins ideas that result from one another.
Coordinating Conjunctions about Earth Waters
Coordinating Conjunctions can be classified into four types: Similar (and, likewise, also, furthermore):
Coordinating Conjunctions about Health
Different circumstances require different coordinating conjunctions: and joins similar ideas. but joins contrasting or conflicting ideas. or and nor join ideas that introduce alternative possibilities or choice.
Coordinating Conjunctions about Healthy Body
Different circumstances require different coordinating conjunctions: and joins similar ideas. but joins contrasting or conflicting ideas. or and nor join ideas that introduce alternative possibilities or choice. so joins ideas that result from one another.
Coordinating Conjunctions about Jobs
Different circumstances require different coordinating conjunctions: and joins similar ideas. but joins contrasting or conflicting ideas. or and nor join ideas that introduce alternative possibilities or choice.
Coordinating Conjunctions about Sports
Different circumstances require different coordinating conjunctions: and joins similar ideas. but joins contrasting or conflicting ideas. or and nor join ideas that introduce alternative possibilities or choice.
Preposition and Conjunction Wrap-Up in Story Form 1
Preposition and Conjunction Wrap-Up in Story Form 2
Preposition and Conjunction Wrap-Up in Story Form 3
Recognizing Coordinating Conjunctions 1
A conjunction is a word that joins words or groups of words, such as phrases or clauses.
Recognizing Coordinating Conjunctions 2
A conjunction is a word that joins words or groups of words, such as phrases or clauses.
Recognizing Coordinating Conjunctions 3
A conjunction is a word that joins words or groups of words, such as phrases or clauses.
Recognizing Prepositional Phrases 1
Prepositional phrases include the preposition (e.g. about, in, on, from) and the object of the preposition.
Recognizing Prepositional Phrases 2
Prepositional phrases include the preposition (e.g. about, in, on, from) and the object of the preposition.
Recognizing Prepositional Phrases 3
Prepositional phrases include the preposition (e.g. about, in, on, from) and the object of the preposition.
Recognizing Subordinating Conjunctions 1
A conjunction is a word that joins words or groups of words, such as phrases or clauses.
Recognizing Subordinating Conjunctions 2
A conjunction is a word that joins words or groups of words, such as phrases or clauses.
Recognizing Subordinating Conjunctions 3
A conjunction is a word that joins words or groups of words, such as phrases or clauses.
Subordinating Conjunctions about A Healthy Body (Intermediate)
Please note that multiple answers might be acceptable.   Subordinating clauses cannot stand alone as sentences since they do not express a complete thought.   Types of Subordinating Conjunctions: Time (before, when, until, since):
Subordinating Conjunctions about Environmental Science (Intermediate)
Please note that multiple answers might be acceptable.   Subordinating clauses cannot stand alone as sentences since they do not express a complete thought.   Types of Subordinating Conjunctions: Time (before, when, until, since):
Subordinating Conjunctions about Food
Please note that multiple answers might be acceptable.   Subordinating clauses cannot stand alone as sentences since they do not express a complete thought.   Types of Subordinating Conjunctions: Time (before, when, until, since):
Subordinating Conjunctions about Jobs
Subordinating clauses cannot stand alone as sentences, since they do not express a complete thought.   Types of Subordinating Conjunctions: Time (before, when, until, since):
Subordinating Conjunctions about Music
Please note that multiple answers might be acceptable.   Subordinating clauses cannot stand alone as sentences since they do not express a complete thought.   Types of Subordinating Conjunctions: Time (before, when, until, since):

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