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Interjections, Conjunctions, and Prepositions

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Wendi Zimmer

on 27 February 2013

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Transcript of Interjections, Conjunctions, and Prepositions

Review the following concepts
and follow all directions. Are you ready for your quiz? What is an Interjection? An interjection is a short exclamation, usually used at the beginning of a sentence. Interjections are used in speaking much more than 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 so much fun!

Hooray! Now it is time to watch a video! What are Conjunctions? Conjunction is a linking word. A conjunction joins two parts of a sentence. There are two types of conjunctions; coordinating (and, but, or) and subordinating (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 them is F.A.N.B.O.Y.S. (for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so). Here's a video to help you review. What are Prepositions? Prepositions are the words that indicate location. In other words, they describe the position of something. Some prepositions also function as subordinate conjunctions. These are; after, as, before, since, and until.

Here are some examples:

Kathy is on her bed.

The cookie thief is beside the table.

Mrs. Zimmer is in the school building. Interjections, Conjunctions,
and Prepositions By: Mrs. Zimmer Here are some practice quizzes! :) Prepositions:


Conjunctions: http://www.usingenglish.com/quizzes/96.html Here are more games! :) http://www.quia.com/hm/299474.html For the Jeopardy game below, you will just have to use your best judgement since you will be playing the game on your own.

https://jeopardylabs.com/play/prepositions-conjunctions-and-interjections You are now ready for your quiz tomorrow. Please be sure to still study tonight and complete your review so we can go over it in class tomorrow.

DO NOT close this program. Take your laptop and plug it back in.

When that is done, go work on your persuasion assignment. :) It's time to practice... 1. Get a piece of notebook paper.
2. Write your group members names on the top of the paper.
3. Number the paper 1-6.
4. Answer the following questions on your paper.
-You can go back and use this review to help you if you need to. Questions 1. List 5 conjunctions.
2. List 5 interjections.
3. List 5 prepositions.
4. Write 1 sentence that uses a conjunction.
5. Write 1 sentence that uses an interjection.
6. Write 1 sentence that uses a preposition. Now what??? The rest of this presentation only works on a computer or laptop. I emailed this presentation home to your parents earlier this week so you can play the games at home tonight to review.

Do not close out of this program. Bring it back to Ms. Dennis along with your paper.
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