Hey there viewers! This week we bring to you worksheets related to Conjunctions. Conjunctions are one of the eight parts of speech that dictate how a word functions grammatically as well as in meaning within a sentence. So far, we have covered nouns, pronouns, verbs, adverbs, and adjectives through several worksheets. It’s time to move on and learn about conjunction. Download the worksheet and get started with teaching your young ones.
What are conjunctions?
In simple terms, conjunctions are words that connect two or more phrases, clauses, and sentences. Since these as connectors, conjunctions are often referred to as connecting words. These allow us to form complex sentences and prevents us from using too many short sentences to convey an idea that can be expressed through elegant sentences easily with the use of conjunctions.
Conjunctions can be classified into three different types. These are coordinating conjunctions, subordinating conjunctions, and correlative conjunctions. Coordinating conjunctions are seven in number; for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so. These go between words phrases and clauses. Correlative conjunctions are words that link parts of a sentence together. As, both, either, or, neither, nor, not only, these are all correlative conjunctions. Finally, although, because, since, unless, when, while, are subordinating conjunctions.
With the definition and examples of conjunctions out of the way, let’s take a look at the exercises in the worksheet. Given below are several sentences. Students have to read the sentences carefully and chose the correct connecting word or conjunctions from the two given in the parenthesis to make a complete sentence.
It is essential to practice the use of conjunctions. The more we practice, the more we learn. For allowing ample practice we provide several different types of exercises within a worksheet. In the following exercises, students have to identify and underline the conjunctions in the following senetences.
It is not easy to gain proficiency in the language of English. For one to form grammatically sound sentences and speak or write correctly, he needs to be familiar with the grammar. Download the worksheet and introduce it to your kid’s curriculum for him to be able to learn conjunctions which are important for learning the language.
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