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Parts of Speech. Conjunctions (black). Conjunctions (black). Conjunctions are words that link words and phrases together. Conjunctions (black). Conjunctions are words that link words and phrases together. Coordinating conjunctions link two nouns , verbs , or two sentences FANBOYS.

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conjunctions black1
Conjunctions (black)
  • Conjunctions are words that link words and phrases together.
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Conjunctions (black)
  • Conjunctions are words that link words and phrases together.
  • Coordinating conjunctions link two nouns, verbs, or two sentences
    • FANBOYS
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Conjunctions (black)
  • Conjunctions are words that link words and phrases together.
  • Coordinating conjunctions link two nouns, verbs, or two sentences
    • FANBOYS
      • for but so
      • and or
      • nor yet
coordinating conjunctions
Coordinating conjunctions
  • noun phrase + noun phrase
    • Wehaveticketsforthesymphony and theopera.
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Coordinating conjunctions
  • noun phrase + noun phrase
    • Wehaveticketsforthesymphony and theopera.
  • Sentence + sentence
    • TheorchestrarehearsesonTuesday, but thechorusrehearsesonWednesday.
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Coordinating conjunctions
  • noun phrase + noun phrase
    • Wehaveticketsforthesymphony and theopera.
  • Sentence + sentence
    • TheorchestrarehearsesonTuesday, but thechorusrehearsesonWednesday.
  • Verb + verb
    • Haveyouseen or heardtheoperabyScott Joplin?
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Coordinating conjunctions
  • noun phrase + noun phrase
    • Wehaveticketsforthesymphony and theopera.
  • Sentence + sentence
    • TheorchestrarehearsesonTuesday, but thechorusrehearsesonWednesday.
  • Verb + verb
    • Haveyouseen or heardtheoperabyScott Joplin?
  • Sentence + sentence
    • Iwantedtositin the front ofthebalcony, so Iorderedmyticketsearly.
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Coordinating conjunctions
  • Write five sentences of your own with coordinating conjunctions! 8 minutes!
correlative conjunctions
Correlative Conjunctions
  • Are two word conjunctions that work together to combine sentences.
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Correlative Conjunctions
  • both...and
    • Bothmysisterandmybrotherplaythepiano.
  • either...or
    • Tonight\'sprogramis eitherMozartorBeethoven.
  • neither...nor
    • Neither the orchestranor the choruswas able to overcomethe terribleacoustics in thechurch.
  • not only...but also
    • Not only does Sueraisemoney for the symphony, butshealsoushers at all of theirconcerts
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Correlative Conjunctions
  • Write 10 sentences using correlative conjunctions. Identify parts of speech and turn in today!
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Subordinating Conjunctions
  • These conjunctions are sneaky! They are adverbs that FUNCTION like conjunctions. They set up subordinating clauses (which just give you the condition of the main sentence).
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Subordinating Conjunctions
  • We are going out to eat after we finish taking the test.
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Subordinating Conjunctions
  • We are going out to eat after we finish taking the test.
  • Sincewe have lived in Atlanta, we have gone to every exhibit at the High Museum.
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Subordinating Conjunctions
  • We are going out to eat after we finish taking the test.
  • Sincewe have lived in Atlanta, we have gone to every exhibit at the High Museum.
  • While I was waiting in line for the Matisse Exhibit, I ate my lunch.
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Subordinating Conjunctions
  • We are going out to eat after we finish taking the test.
  • Sincewe have lived in Atlanta, we have gone to every exhibit at the High Museum.
  • While I was waiting in line for the Matisse Exhibit, I ate my lunch.
  • Although the line was long and the wait over two hours, the exhibit was well worth it.
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Subordinating Conjunctions
  • We are going out to eat after we finish taking the test.
  • Sincewe have lived in Atlanta, we have gone to every exhibit at the High Museum.
  • While I was waiting in line for the Matisse Exhibit, I ate my lunch.
  • Although the line was long and the wait over two hours, the exhibit was well worth it.
  • Even ifyou have already bought your ticket, you will still need to wait in line.
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