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Coordination, Subordination, and Parallelism
Transcript of Coordination, Subordination, and Parallelism
and Parallelism. Coordination putting roughly equal pieces/parts together Coordinating Conjunctions to Connect . . . Words In lists:
Jack and Jill went up the hill and fetched a pail of water.
We went to the store and bought a gallon of milk. Phrases Also in lists:
I like to drive my car and to hunt giant wildebeest.
In pouring rain or in driving snow, the postal carrier will
deliver your mail. Clauses Connecting complete sentences:
We were hunting a wildebeest, but we had only brought our BB guns.
She was angry at me, so she called me a nasty name. Coordinating Conjunctions For And Nor But Or Yet So Mnemonic Device FANBOYS Mnemonic Device FANBOYS Subordination Combining complete and less than
complete pieces Parallelism Using the same structure Adverb Clauses Pieces that help to show how/when/where the main action of the sentence was performed Adjective Clauses 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. Examples: The woman 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. Examples: 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. Examples: 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)
The man who sneezed was my father. Non-Essential (commas)
Fred, who is the man that sneezed, is my father.