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Interjections!!. SC English 2 October, 2007. But first, a conjunction review…. Conjunctions connect ________ or _______ ___ ________. They are different from prepositions in that they do not have an ________. There are three types of Conunctions: 1. 2. 3. Conjunctions.

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interjections

Interjections!!

SC English

2 October, 2007

but first a conjunction review
But first, a conjunction review…
  • Conjunctions connect ________ or _______ ___ ________.
  • They are different from prepositions in that they do not have an ________.
  • There are three types of Conunctions:
    • 1.
    • 2.
    • 3.
conjunctions
Conjunctions
  • Conjunctions connect words or groups of words.
  • They are different from prepositions in that they do not have an object.
  • There are three types of Conunctions:
    • 1. Coordinating conjunctions
    • 2. Correlative conjunctions
    • 3. Subordinating conjunctions
coordinating conjunctions
Coordinating conjunctions
  • Conjunctions connect words of the _____ _______.
  • Examples of coordinating conjunctions are:
    • 1.
    • 2.
    • 3.
    • 4.
    • 5.
    • 6.
    • 7.
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Coordinating conjunctions
  • Conjunctions connect words of the same kind.
  • Examples of coordinating conjunctions are:
    • 1. and
    • 2. but
    • 3. for
    • 4. nor
    • 5. or
    • 6. so
    • 7. yet
examples
Examples
  • Troy wanted to play football badly, but his knee and his feet were injured.
  • Mr. Swartos was excited and nervous about his bear hunt.
practice
Practice
  • Troy practiced hard every day, so his teammates respected him.
  • Jesse made positive behavioral choices at school and at home.
correlative conjunctions
Correlative Conjunctions
  • Similar to ________ conjunctions, except that they work in _____.
  • Examples of correlative conjunctions are:
    • 1.
    • 2.
    • 3.
    • 4.
    • 5.
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Correlative conjunctions
  • Similar to coordinating conjunctions, except that they work in pairs.
  • Examples of correlative conjunctions are:
    • 1. both…..and
    • 2. either…..or
    • 3. neither….nor
    • 4. not only….but also
    • 5. whether….or
example
Example
  • The sick hiker would neither eat nor drink.
practice11
Practice
  • Neither Coach Toft nor Coach Rasmussen could believe how hard the team played.
  • The wrestling match was both exciting and high-scoring.
  • Not only are the Badlands rugged, but they are also beautiful.
subordinating conjunctions
Subordinating conjunctions
  • Subordinating conjunctions connect two _____ by making one idea _______ upon the other.
  • Subordinating conjunctions are in sentences that contain a _______ idea and a _________ idea.
  • The subordinating conjunction always comes _________ the dependent idea.
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Subordinating Conjunctions
  • Subordinating conjunctions connect two ideas by making one idea dependent upon the other.
  • Subordinating conjunctions are in sentences that contain a main idea and a dependent idea.
  • The subordinating conjunction always comes before the dependent idea.
one more
One more….
  • If the dependent idea comes _____ the main idea, a ______ is used to separate the two.
  • If the _______ idea comes first, no ____ is used.
one more15
One more…..
  • If the dependent idea comes before the main idea, a comma is used to separate the two.
  • If the main idea comes first, no comma is used.
examples16
Examples
  • Although Mr. Tatroe was much admired, MMS would not finance a memorial honoring him.
  • The 8th graders at MMS were incredibly well behaved at the assembly until the presenter gave them all kazoos.
practice17
Practice
  • Whenever Jax came to the school, the students loved to pet him.
  • Mr. Swartos praised Troy’s hard word so that he would keep doing so well in school.
  • While Jesse ate dinner, Troy was in Science class.
interjections18
Interjections!
  • Interjections are used to express feelings or emotions.
  • They are the least used part of speech.
  • Interjections function independently from the rest of the sentence
    • Huh? What does that mean?
  • It is therefore set off from the rest of the sentence by a comma or exclamation mark.
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Interjections!
  • Common interjections (Complete list on p. 388 of your text)
    • Wow
    • Oh
    • Ouch
    • Tsk
    • Uh
    • Alas
    • Woah
    • Oops
    • Psst
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Interjections!
  • Wow! Did you see that play?
  • Ouch! That hurts!
  • I, uh, think we should leave now.
  • Woah! How did he catch that?
  • My, that certainly is a huge cat.
practice supply an appropriate interjection for each sentence
Practice- supply an appropriate interjection for each sentence.
  • (pain) That looked like it hurt.
  • (anger) That’s my bike!
  • (surprise) You scared me!
it s your favorite time of day
It’s your favorite time of day!

Time for a short Grammar Rock video.

assignment
Assignment
  • Finish conjunction list for index cards.
  • Say “I love interjections” 40 times to yourself today.
  • P.387: Ex. 5
  • P. 390: Ex. 11-12
  • Study pp. 388-390