What are Conjunctions?
In English grammar, conjunctions are words or phrases that are used to connect two sentences that look odd if written separated by a punctuation mark. In many circumstances, two sentences make better grammar and semantic sense if written together with a conjunction in the middle rather than being separated by, let's say, a full stop. When the speaker needs to tell about two mutually exclusive events that impact each other and are associated by any means, they will use conjunctions to join the two sentences. There are many conjunctions among which, 'and' is the most commonly used one.
The exercises identify conjunctions and what word they join.
What word makes the connection in the sentence?
In the following sentences, circle the conjunctions and underline the words
The student must provide the correct conjunction.
The conjunctions in the sentences below are wrong. Rewrite the sentences,
using a conjunction which makes sense.
See where the author tripped up and fix their work..
Find exactly where the writer lost the reader and fix it.
Choose the conjunction that best completes each sentence.
The student selects the conjunction from multiple choice.
There is a hole in these sentences. Fill them.