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  1. Connectors • Name: Imran Khan M. • I am coming from Junagadh • I am working at OM Inst. of Engg. & Tech., Junagadh as Asst. Prof. in English Connectors English

  2. Unit : 7 Connectors Everybody laughs the same in every language because laughter is a universal connector Connectors English

  3. Unit : 7 Connectors • So • Who • Whom • Whose • Which • Where • When • Why Connectors English

  4. Types of Sentences • Simple: • Compound: • Complex: Connectors English

  5. Types of Sentences • Simple: one subject+ one predicate • Compound: • Complex: Connectors English

  6. Types of Sentences • Simple: one subject+ one predicate • Compound: Two simple sentences joined by Conjunction • Complex: Connectors English

  7. Types of Sentences • Simple: one subject+ one predicate • Compound: Two simple sentences joined by Conjunction • Complex: Main clause and sub-ordinate clause joined by Connector Connectors English

  8. Simple Sentences • Simple: one subject+ one predicate Connectors English

  9. Simple Sentences What is Predicate? Connectors English

  10. Simple Sentences Predicate is statement about the subject or it is a part of sentence except the subject Connectors English

  11. Simple Sentences • Simple: one subject+ one predicate I am a teacher Connectors English

  12. Simple Sentences • Simple: one subject+ one predicate Subject I am a teacherPredicate Connectors English

  13. Mostly subjects are in one word English Connectors

  14. Subjects containing more than one word English Connectors

  15. Subject The plants with yellow flowers Predicate are beautiful . English Connectors

  16. Compound Sentences • Compound: two simple sentences joined with conjunction such as and, but, so, therefore, yet, etc…. Connectors English

  17. ‘So’ So : Thisconnector is used to indicate the consequences as well as the reason. Ex. • She has lot of work pendingsoshe is not able to come • I was very tired so I could not go out with my friend • The machine is out of order sothe production is delayed • The students did not complete the work sothe teacher punished them Connectors English

  18. Compound Sentences with ‘so’ Connectors English

  19. Compound Sentences with ‘so’ Ex. • She has lot of work pendingsoshe is not able to come • I was very tired so I could not go out with my friend • The machine is out of order sothe production is delayed • The students did not complete the work sothe teacher punished him Connectors English

  20. and • Raju is my friend. Mahesh is my friend. (Simple) Raju and Mahesh are my friends. (Simple) • Reena is clever. Reena is sincere. Reena is clever and sincere. • Aditi is a good dancer. Madri is a good dancer. Aditi and Madriare good dancers. • The question paper was very tough. It was very lengthy. The question paper was verytough and lengthy. • The train entered a tunnel. Immediately the lights went on. The train entered a tunnel and the lights went on. English Connectors

  21. but / yet / still (opposite sentences) • Anila works diligently. She doesn’t get promotion. Anila works diligently yet she doesn’t get promotion. • He is very helpful. This time he could not stand by me. He is very helpful but this time he could not stand by me. • He put trust on her. She did not work honestly. He put trust on her still she did not work honestly. • I tried hard to get it done. It was not possible. I tried hard to get it done but it was not possible. English Connectors

  22. Or / Otherwise (used to show choice between the two) • You should work hard. You will fail. You should work hard otherwise you will fail. • Ramiz will come. His father will come. Ramiz or his father will come. • Go. Sit quietly. Go or sit quietly • Be aware. You will have to pay for this. Be aware otherwise / or you will have to pay for this. English Connectors

  23. Complex Sentences Complex: main clause and sub-ordinate clause Connected by Connector such asWho Whom Whose Which Where When and Why Sub-ordinate clause depends on the main clause Connectors English

  24. Formulation Connectors English

  25. Formulation Main Clause Connectors English

  26. Formulation Main Clause + Connectors English

  27. Formulation Main Clause + Subordinate Clause Connectors English

  28. Formulation What do we mean by Main Clause and Subordinate Clause? Connectors English

  29. Formulation Main Clause: Connectors English

  30. Formulation Main Clause: Main Clause has its own individual meaning therefore it can stand on its own. Connectors English

  31. Formulation Subordinate Clause: Subordinate Clause depends on the main clause as it does not have its own individual meaning. Connectors English

  32. Formulation Main Clause: Main Clause has its own individual meaning therefore it can stand on its own. Subordinate Clause: Subordinate Clause depends on the main clause as it does not have its own individual meaning. English Connectors

  33. Examples English Connectors

  34. Complex Sentences A dependent clause may refer to a noun or pronoun in the main clause and may be joined with the main clause by such connectors as Who Which Whose Whom Connectors English

  35. because, since, for, as (used to show choice between the two) • I was happy. I had come first in class. I was happy because I had come first in class. • You have no ticket. You cannot go in. You cannot go in for you have no ticket. • It’s Sunday. I feel relaxed. Since it’s Sunday, I feel relaxed. AS it’s Sunday, I feel relaxed. Because it’s Sunday, I feel relaxed. For it’s Sunday, I feel relaxed. English Connectors

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