Tutorial Six-COMM 1050-FALL 2017(1).pptx

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Conjunctions Found in text Appendix E – Joiners (pp. 353-356 ) Conjunctions joining concepts together that are in the same grammatical form – phrases relate Simple Conjunctions join words, phrases –joined items have equal emphasis (i.e. black and blue) EXAMPLES o Yet o And o For o So o Nor o But
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Simple Conjunctions Join equal (independent) parts of a sentence. Examples: They ate and drank. He will be here on Monday or Tuesday. She is small but strong. I was tired so I went to sleep.
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Conjunctions Subordinating conjunctions provides transition between two ideas Precedes or follows a main clause EXAMPLES: o Before o Wherever o Until o Because o Although o As long as
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Subordinating Conjunctions Join subordinate clauses to main clauses. Examples: As Sherri blew out the candles atop her birthday cake, she caught her hair on fire. Sara begins to sneeze whenever she opens the window to get a breath of fresh air. When the doorbell rang, my dog Skeeter barked loudly.
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Conjunctions Correlative conjunctions combines two clauses in a balanced manner First term sets up the relationship, the second term reinforces it (i.e. “ EITHER the sulphuric acid was contaminated OR the flask was not properly cleaned) EXAMPLES: Either…or Neither…nor
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Correlative Conjunctions Similar to coordinating conjunctions Main difference is that they are made up of more than one word
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Conjunctions Specifying conjunctive adverbs o For example o Indeed o Accordingly Addictive conjunctive adverbs Furthermore Moreover
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