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SUBORDINATES. SUBORDINATE. Is a joining word that joins two clauses. A clause is a part of the large sentence. Example of a clauses: He left the office before I reached there. Julie doesn’t know why Sam is so lazy. Your Text Here. LIST OF SUBORDINATES.

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SUBORDINATES

SUBORDINATE

  • Is a joining word that joins two clauses.
  • A clause is a part of the large sentence.
  • Example of a clauses:
  • He left the office before I reached there.
  • Julie doesn’t know why Sam is so lazy.

Your Text Here

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LIST OF SUBORDINATES

Ex: He left the office before I reached there-

A long sentence with two small sentences and joined with ‘

‘before’

Subordinates are the word such as

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EXAMPLES

Examples of Subordinate Conjunctions

a)After: "Call me after you arrive at work”

b)Although: "Although she was tired, she couldn’t sleep”

c)As: "Aswe explained last class, coordinating conjunctions are sentence connectors”

d)Because: "I painted the housebecause it was a horrible color”

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MORE EXAMPLES

MORE EXAMPLES

e) Before: "Come and visit me before you leave”

f)How: "Let me show you how to knit”

g)If: "It would be fantastic if you could come to the party”.

h)Once: "Once you’ve learnt how to cycle, it’s very easy”.

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READING EXERCISE

READ The passage below and understand the use of subordinates

I live in India for the past 10 years. I am not familiar with most of the places although I have been living here for long. I live in India because my husband works here. As I mentioned earlier I am still unfamiliar with the places here and hence I find it quite tough to live here even after 10 years. I want to be familiar with India before I leave for France. Once I get familiar with the places I would feel good. I need someone to guide me on how to reach the important monuments in India.

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EXERCISE

Fill in the blanks using the subordinate conjunctions (After/Although/As)

a) ………. dinner, we’ll go see a movie.”

b)“……….. I’d rather not, I’ll make an

exception.”

c)“………you know, she’s rather

eccentric.”

d) “………studying I shall go to play.”

e) “I went to doctor…………I felt better.”

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EXERCISE

Fill in the blank spaces choosing the right conjunction word

b)She went to the Doctor………..returning from

school.

c) ……….she studied well , she failed the test.

d) ……..it was raining , the clothes got wet.

e)Fred felt bad……….he was got red handed for

stealing.

a) I tried hard to complete the task, …………. it

seemed impossible.