Definition: A conjunction is a word that joins words or groups of words.
There are four kinds of conjunctions: coordinating conjunctions, correlative conjunctions,
subordinate conjunctions, and adverbial conjunctions.
The Subordinate Conjunction
Recognize a subordinate conjunction when you see one.
Some sentences are complex. Such sentences have two clauses, one main [or
independent] and one subordinate [or dependent].
The essential ingredient in a complex sentence is
Answers - (1) Grammar Practice Subordinate conjunctions and clauses.
Write a (+) sign next to each sentence that correctly uses and punctuates a subordinate clause.
_ I am finished with my dinner, although I am still hungry.
_+_ I am finished with my dinn
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