Spidey-SC-Sentence-Correction-Notes

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Unformatted text preview: verb here!!). • After I worked twelve hours, I felt tired. o In this sentence, After is a subordinating conjunction and is followed by a sentence, I worked twelve hours. • I worked until midnight. o Here, until is a preposition and is followed by a noun, midnight. No verbs, please!!! • I worked until I felt tired. o In this sentence, until is a subordinating conjunction and is followed by a sentence, I felt tired. List Back to top 1. aboard 2. about 3. above 4. absent 5. according to 6. across 7. after (This one can also be a subordinating conjunction . In other words, it can be followed by a noun or a sentence, depending on the meaning). - 14 – Powered by TestMagic www.TestMagic.com www.sentencecorrection.com 8. against 9. ahead of 10. all over 11. along 12. alongside 13. amid or amidst 14. among 15. around 16. as (This one can also be a subordinating conjunction . In other words, it can be followed by a noun or a sentence, depending on the meaning). 17. as of 18. as to 19. as + ADVERB OF TIME + as 20. as early as 21. as late as 22. as often as 23. as much as 24. as many as, etc. 25. aside 26. astride 27. at 28. away from 29. bar - 15 – Powered by TestMagic www.TestMagic.com www.sentencecorrection.com 30. barring 31. because of 32. before (This one can also be a subordinating conjunction . In other words, it can be followed by a noun or a sentence, depending on the meaning). 33. behind 34. below 35. beneath 36. beside 37. besides 38. between 39. beyond 40. but 41. by 42. by the time of 43. circa 44. close by 45. close to 46. concerning 47. considering 48. despite 49. down 50. due to 51. during - 16 – Powered by TestMagic www.TestMagic.com www.sentencecorrection.com 52. except 53. except for 54. excepting 55. excluding 56. failing 57. for (This one can also be a subordinating conjunction . In other words, it can be followed by a noun or a sentence, depending on the meaning). 58. for all (this means despite) 59. from 60. given 61. in 62. in between 63. in...
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