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Conjunctions and Interjections


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Conjunctions
___________ connect words or groups of words and show how the words are related.
coordinating, correlative, and subordinating
The three types of conjunctions are:
Coordinating conjunctions
_____________ _______________ link similar words or word groups.
Correlative conjunctions
___ ___ also link similar words or word groups, but they are always used in pairs.
Correlative conjunctions
(Both . . .and), (either . . . or), (neither . . . nor), (not only . . . but also), (whether . . . or), are all:
Subordinating conjunctions
___________ ____________ link an independent clause (complete sentence) to a dependent clause (fragment).
subordinating conjunctions
(After, although, as, as if, as long as, as soon as, as though, because, before, even though, if, in order that), are some examples of:
Interjections
___________ show strong emotion.
interjections
(Huh? Ouch! Well, Oh! Wow!), are examples of:
temporal conjunction
(Then) is known as a:
additive conjunction
(And) is known as an: