Unformatted text preview: now, I would suggest thinking about it in this way: The above sentence can be divided into two parts: After I finished my homework / I went to bed What is really neat is that these two parts can be flipped. I went to bed / after I finished my homework When a subordinating conjunction begins a sentence, you need to be sure to add a comma. When the subordinating conjunction comes in the middle of the sentence, you don't need to add the comma. So, correctly punctuated, the sentences would look like this: - After I finished my homework, I went to bed. - I went to bed after I finished my homework....
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- Spring '11
- English, Dependent clause, Grammatical conjunction, clause, subordinate clause