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Interjections, Conjunctions, and Prepositions

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Transcript of Interjections, Conjunctions, and Prepositions

Interjections,
Conjunctions,
and
Prepositions!

By,
Rhea Kalyanpur,
Maggie Zhou,
and
Victoria Pantagis

What are
Interjections?
An interjection is a short exclamation, usually used at the beginning of a sentence. Interjections are used in speaking much more than they are in writing. Since they show emotion, they are expressed with an exclamation mark (!), or a comma (,), if the feeling is not as strong.Here are some examples:
Ouch
! That book fell on my toe!

Wow
, interjections are fun!

Hooray
! Now we can watch a video!
What are
Conjunctions?
A conjunction is a linking word. A conjunction joins two parts of a sentence.There are two types of conjunctions; coordinating conjunctions (ex: and, but, or, nor) and subordinating (ex: although, because, since).The subordinate conjunction has two jobs. First, it provides a necessary transition between the two ideas in the sentence. This transition will indicate a time, place, or cause and effect relationship.Coordinating conjunctions connect words, phrases, and clauses. An acronym that will help you remember is F.A.N.B.O.Y.S. (for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so.
Here is a video and an image that will hep you understand!
What are prepositions?
http://www.superteachertools.com/jeopardy/usergames/Apr201014/game1271016016.php
Have you had enough fun yet?
http://www.tcet.com/eaonline/flashedesl/catsmx.swf
Me neither!
Me neither!
Click the first link for a conjunctions and interjections game! Click the second one for a prepositions game!
and then flew away. The car mechanic needed to catch the car! He got another flying car, but the run-a-way car was out of sight. He screamed ' ' and the car went up. He hovered around for a while
the clouds then saw the car! He smiled ..........
decided to lasso it. Once he returned to Marty, the mechanic explained what happened. What a crazy day!
It is time for mad libs!
................
conjunction
interjection
preposition
Interjections - www.englishclub.com
Sources
Conjunctions - grammar.ccc.commnet.edu and http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/subordinateconjunction.htm
Prepositions - http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/preposition.htm
Videos - www.youtube.com
Images - www.google.com
Notes - Mr. Fornale!
................
.............
interjection
preposition
.........
conjunction
..............
.............
preposition
conjunction
preposition
Preposition
Conjunction
Interjection
behind
because
above
near
but
rats!
under
over
so
or
while
beneath
ouch
Group them
The first link is a quiz for interjections and conjunctions. The second is for prepositions.
Here are some practice quizzes!
http://www.quibblo.com/quiz/bi1tjN8/Chapter-3-Conjunctions-and-Interjections-Test
http://www.softschools.com/manage/themes/knowledgetest2
http://rbeaudoin333.homestead.com/partsofspeech_1.html
Practice and Review
Prepositions are the words that indicate location. In other words, they describe the position of something.
Some prepositions also function as subordinate conjunctions. These prepositions are after, as, before, since, and until. A subordinate conjunction will have both a subject and a verb following it, forming a subordinate clause.
Kathy is
on
her bed.
The cookie thief is
beside
the table.
'............'
Once upon a time, there was a car mechanic his helpful assistant, Marty. They wanted to invent a car that could scream and fly the sky. Marty climbed ............. the car and pressed a button. For some reason, the car screeched
............
interjection
Bob is
in
the soccer field.
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