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language arts7

things learned in class

topic/questionanswer
what is a conjunction? a conjunction:is a word that joins words or word groups.
what are the 2 types of conjunctions? corelative and cordinating
what is a cordinating conjunction? a cordinatin conjunction: join words or word groups that are used in the same way
what are some cordinating conjunctions? -or -so -yet -and -but -for -nor
what is a corelative conjunction? a corelative conjunction:are pairs of conjunctions that join words or word groups that are used in the same way
what are the corelative conjunctions? -both...and -either...or -niether...nor -not...but also -whether...or
what is a preposition? a preposition: is a word that shows the relationship of a noun or pronoun to another word
what is a compound preposition? a compound preposition:may be made up of more than one word
what are commonly used prepositions? about,above,across,after,against,along,among,around,as,at,before,behind,below,beneath,beside,beetween,beyond,by,down,during,except,for,from,in,in front of,inside,instead,into,like,near,next to,of,off,on,out,out of,over,past,since,through,throughouut,till,
what is a prepositional phrase/ a prepositional phrase:includes a preposition,noun or pronoun called the object of the preposition and any modifiers(adjectives/adverbs)off that object
Created by: lil-footie