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Coordination, Subordination, and Parallelism
Transcript of Coordination, Subordination, and Parallelism
putting roughly equal pieces/parts together
Coordinating Conjunctions to Connect . . .
went up the hill
fetched a pail of water.
to the store
a gallon of milk.
Also in lists:
to drive my car
to hunt giant wildebeest
In pouring rain
in driving snow
, the postal carrier will
deliver your mail.
Connecting complete sentences:
We were hunting a wildebeest,
we had only brought our BB guns.
She was angry at me,
she called me a nasty name.
For And Nor But Or Yet So
Combining complete and less than
Using the same structure
Pieces that help to show how/when/where the main action of the sentence was performed
Pieces that help to describe a noun in the main sentence
When we came to the stop sign
, we revved our engine.
I am sad
because I forgot to feed my pet this month.
who was in the car
told me to give you this package.
At the top of Mt. MooMoo,
where I first met my true love,
I left a silver pail.
I like to swim, bike, and hike in the summer.
In the water and on the land, we see many examples of water fowl.
I like to go to the mall. I like to go to the movies. I like to have fun.
I like to swim, bike, and running.
I like to go swimming. I like to go biking. I like to run.
Faulty Parallelism (to avoid):
Essential (no commas)
was my father.
Fred, who is the man that sneezed, is my father.