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Or would it be better to subordinate with because?
Should I coordinate with for?
This presentation covers the differences between coordination and subordination and the relationship between clauses within a sentence.
Is the subordination effective at A, B, or C?
Subordinating the first clause with since, as option B does, is correct.
Both clausescouldstandalone. Whenjoinedwith and, they getequal attention.
+ ; +
+ ; +
+ , +
+ , +
The second clause has more emphasis because its thought is complete.
The first clause is less important.
+ Ø +
The second clause has less emphasis because its thought is incomplete.
Now the first clause is the most important.
Directions: In the items that follow, choose the most effective word or phrase within the context suggested by the sentence(s).
Show me what you know!
Directions: In the items that follow, choose the sentence that expresses the thought most clearly and effectively and that has no errors in structure.
Now try this type!
The End. test might look like this