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7th grade Conjuction

English

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A sentence that contains one principal clause and one or more subordinate clauses. Complex Sentence
A clause that does not express a complete thought. Suborinate Clause
A clause that expresses a complete thought. Prinipal Clause
A sentence that contains one subject and one predicate,either of which may be compound. Simple Sentence
A group of words that contains both a subject and a predicate. Clause
A sentence that contains one or more principal clauses. Compound Sentence
A group of words that does Not contain a subject and a predicate. Phrase
IDENTIFYING SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTIONS AND CLAUSES: Orangutans,which are a kind of ape,walk along tree branches. WHICH...Subordinate Conjunction ARE A KIND OF APE....Subordinate Clause
IDENTIFYING SUBORINATE CONJUNCTIONS AND CLAUSES: If it snows,we may go sledding. IF...Subordinate Conjunction IT SNOWS....Subordinate Clause
IDENTIFYING SUBORINATE CONJUNCTIONS AND CLAUSES: Because the lighting struck near the barn,doaens of chickens flew frenziedly out of their cages. BECAUSE...Subordinate Conjunction THE LIGHTING STRUCK NEAR THE BARN...Subordinate Clause
IDENTIFYING SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTONS AND CLAUSES: I get excited when I see a rainbow in the sky. WHEN....Subordinate Conjunction I SEE A RAINBOW IN THE SKY....Subordinate Clause
IDENTIFYING SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTIONS AND CLAUSES: The grey mouse that ran down the stairs was captured by the calico cat. THAT...Subordinate Conjunction RAN DOWN THE STAIRS....Subordinate Clause
IDENTIFYING SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTIONS AND CLAUSES: Edward visited his sister Jane,Who lived in a cottage by the bay. WHO...Subordinate Conjunction LIVED IN A COTTAGE BY THE BAY...Subordinate Clause
IDENTIFYING SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTIONS AND CLAUSES: Do not open your eyes until you count to ten. UNTIL....Suborinate Conjunction YOU COUNT TO TEN...Subordinate Clause
IDENTIFYING SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTIONS AND CLAUSES: As the winning ticket was drawn,people waited anxiously. AS...Suborinate Conjunction THE WINNING TICKET WAS DRAWN....Subordinate Clause
SENTENCE TYPES: SIMPLE,COMPOUND SENTENCE and COMPLEX SENTENCE: The knife and fork first became popular in England in the 1600s. SIMPLE
SENTENCE TYPES : SIMPLE,COMPOUND SENTENCE and COMPLEX SENTENCE: The rain descended and the floods came. COMPOUND SENTENCE
SENTENCE TYPES: SIMPLE,COMPOUND SENTENCE and COMPLEX SENTENCE: Mimi chose the bouquet of fresh flowers;however,Cecelia paid the vender for them. COMPOUND SENTENCE
SENTENCE TYPES: SIMPLE ,COMPOUND SENTENCE and COMPLEX SENTENCES : This is the man whose horse won the prize. COMPLEX SENTENCE
SENTENCE TYPES : SIMPLE, COMPOUND SENTENCE and COMPLEX SENTENCES: Peaches taste sweet; lemons taste sour. COMPOUND SENTENCE
SENTENCE TYPES : SIMPLE, COMPOUND SENTENCE and COMPLEX SENTENCES: Many varieties of fish are found in the aquarium. SIMPLE
SENTENCE TYPES: SIMPLE, COMPOUND SENTENCE and COMPLEX SENTENCES: From the stage came the sound of the actor's voice. SIMPLE
SENTENCE TYPES: SIMPLE,COMPOUND SENTENCE and COMPLEX SENTENCES: Since Samantha has finished painting her ceramic vase,she will bake it in a special oven called a kiln. COMPLEX SENTENCE
SENTENCE TYPES : SIMPLE, COMPOUND SENTENCE and COMPLEX SENTENCES : In October,the leaves change color and fall from the trees. SIMPLE
SENTENCE TYPES: SIMPLE, COMPOUND SENTENCE and COMPLEX SENTENCES: My mother gets tangled in the telephone cord whenever she talks on the phone and walks around the kitchen. COMPLEX SENTENCE
The Words AND,BUT,OR,NOR and YET are all examples of......Conjunctions. Corridnate
The words AFTER,ALTHOUGH,UNLESS,WHILE,WHEN,IF and because are all examples of........Conjunctions. Subordinate.
The words HOWEVER,FURTHERMORE,LATER,CONSENTLY,NEVERTHLESS and therefore are all examples of conjuntions that are called......... Conjunctive Adverbs
Conjunctions that come in pairs ( for example BOTH...AND,NEITHER...NOR,NOT...BUT ALSO) are called.......Conjunctions. Correlative
The words WHO,WHOSE,WHOM,WHICH, and that are all examples of......... RELATIVE PRONOUNS
Created by: cristina marie