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Interjections!!

Interjections!!

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.

By Patman
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Building sentences using co-ordinating and subordinating conjunctions

Building sentences using co-ordinating and subordinating conjunctions

Building sentences using co-ordinating and subordinating conjunctions. Building sentences using co-ordinating and subordinating conjunctions. Zoos? Prison or Paradise?. Silent debate…. Zoos? Prison or Paradise?. “You can see lots of rare animals in zoo.”

By josh
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Complex Sentences

Complex Sentences

Complex Sentences. The Brenham Writing Room Created by D. Herring. What is a Complex Sentence? . A complex sentence contains both an independent and a dependent clause. A complex sentence may contain more than just two clauses.

By lucien
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Simple, Compound and Complex Sentences in Your Writing

Simple, Compound and Complex Sentences in Your Writing

Simple, Compound and Complex Sentences in Your Writing. Once a writer knows the difference between the three sentence types (simple, compound, and complex), it is possible to write with sentence variety . Sentence variety helps make your writing more interesting.

By hana
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The Magic Lens

The Magic Lens

The Magic Lens. Level One: The Eight Parts of Speech ADVERBS. ADVERB (adv.). A word that modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. adv. adv. V. adj. Adverbs. Please notice that adverbs modify three kinds of words that adjectives do not modify. Queequeg swam slowly .

By goro
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Daily Grammar 2 nd Semester

Daily Grammar 2 nd Semester

Daily Grammar 2 nd Semester. Keep going!. Infinitive Phrases Jan. 12/13. A verbal that begins with the word to and acts as a noun, an adjective, or an adverb . An infinitive phrase consists of an infinitive plus its complements and modifiers As Noun :

By kochava
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Simple, Compound, Complex, and Compound-Complex Sentences

Simple, Compound, Complex, and Compound-Complex Sentences

Simple, Compound, Complex, and Compound-Complex Sentences. Once a writer knows the difference between the three sentence types (simple, compound, and complex), it is possible to write with sentence variety. Sentence variety helps make your writing more interesting. Simple Sentence.

By wauna
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Conjunctions

Conjunctions

Conjunctions. Preview. If we cross of all the noun, pronoun, adjectives, verbs, adverbs, and prepositions in the following sentences, what are we left with? I finished my homework and practiced the trumpet. Will you go to the game or babysit your sister?

By salena
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Independent Clauses

Independent Clauses

Independent Clauses. Independent Clauses. Independent Clauses. Independent Clause Expresses a complete thought. It can stand alone as a sentence. . Independent Clauses. Independent Clauses. Independent Clauses. Independent Clauses. Definition. Independent Clause

By Samuel
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Interjections and Conjunctions

Interjections and Conjunctions

Interjections and Conjunctions . Mrs. Escobar. Interjections—Definition. An interjection is usually an exclamatory word that usually expresses strong emotion. Where and When?. Interjections may stand alone Hey! Help! These are followed by an exclamation point. Where and When?.

By justise
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Conjunctions

Conjunctions

Conjunctions. A conjunction is a word that joins single words or groups of words. Conjunctions. A coordinating conjunction joins words or groups of words that have equal grammatical weight in a sentence. And but or so nor for yet Two and two are four.

By dareh
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Conjunctions

Conjunctions

Conjunctions. “Hooking up words and phrases and clauses”. What are conjunctions?. Conjunctions connect two words, phrases, or clauses. Three most often used conjunctions: and but or. What is a phrase?. A phrase is any collection of two or more words. Simple as that.

By elisha
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Types of Sentences (Further understanding simple, compound, and compound complex sentences)

Types of Sentences (Further understanding simple, compound, and compound complex sentences)

Types of Sentences (Further understanding simple, compound, and compound complex sentences). Mr. Roe 6 th Grade ELA September 24 th , 2012. Four Types of Sentences. Simple Compound Complex Compound-Complex. Four Categories of Sentences. Declarative Interrogative Imperative

By aolani
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What are we trying to do when we are writing descriptively?

What are we trying to do when we are writing descriptively?

What are we trying to do when we are writing descriptively?. What do words do?. Noun. A person, place, thing, or idea. Nouns The Theater Mr. K Huge Grass. Pronoun. A pronoun takes the place of a noun or another pronoun. Pronouns. Writing It She They. Adjective.

By adler
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Conjunction (Junction)

Conjunction (Junction)

Conjunction (Junction). Definition: A word used to join words or groups of words. . * The School House Rocks song used the idea of a train junction where train cars get joined to together to match the idea of words getting joined together by a conjunction. . Types of Conjunctions.

By nitza
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Bell Ringer: Tues. 10/30

Bell Ringer: Tues. 10/30

Bell Ringer: Tues. 10/30. What is a conjunction? List as many conjunctions as you can. Write a sentence using a conjunction. http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/conjunctions.htm. Bell Ringer: Wed. 10/31.

By lora
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Noun is a word that names a person, place, thing, or idea.

Noun is a word that names a person, place, thing, or idea.

Noun is a word that names a person, place, thing, or idea. Nouns can usually be made into plurals or possessive. For example: boy                  boys Bob                 Bob’s computer        computers.

By duante
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Grammar as Rhetoric and Style

Grammar as Rhetoric and Style

Grammar as Rhetoric and Style. Subordination in the Complex Sentence. What is subordination?. Subordination is the use of a subordinating conjunction to make the meaning of one clause dependent on another clause. Subordinating conjunctions

By sema
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Fus , fun- to pour out, melt

Fus , fun- to pour out, melt

Fus , fun- to pour out, melt. Subordinating conjunctions. Use Subordinating Conjunctions. After Although As As if As long as As soon as As though Because Before How If In order that Since So that Than Though Unless Until When Whenever Where Wherever Whether. effusive.

By airell
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Conjunctions

Conjunctions

Conjunctions. What does a conjunction do?. Marcia likes soup, curry and vegetables. : I was going to fire you , but I decided to give you a second chance instead . The conjunction and connects the three words – soup, curry, vegetables .

By skylar
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