Prepositions, Conjunctions, & Interjections. Prepositions. Prepositions connect another word in a sentence to a noun or pronoun (and its modifiers, if any) to form a prepositional phrase. Major fires raged across the park. They burned for eleven days .
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Major fires raged across the park. They burned for eleven days.
We went to the game in spite of the rain.
The roads were closed because of the race.
Don and Michael are twins. They look alike, but they don’t think alike.
EitherJoan or I will win the scholarship.
BothTim and Enrique are studying medicine.
Coordinating ConjunctionsSome Correlative Conjunctions
sojust as…so (too)
ornot only…but also
My, what a sad story.
Hey! Come back here this minute!