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Introductory Words, Phrases, and Clauses
Transcript of Introductory Words, Phrases, and Clauses
and Phrases What are Introductory Words? Introductory Word Examples Yes, I go to college. What are Introductory Clauses? Out of all the things that can be done online, Math homework should not be one of them
As soon as I got home from school, I passed out on the couch.
Knowing that their project was due on Monday, Liezl, Maria, Karina, and Jenalyn decided to put it off until the last minute. Introductory Clause Examples: What are Introductory Phrases? Examples of Introductory Phrases An introductory word is a single word that sits on its own at the beginning of the sentence. We Always use a comma after the introductory word. An introductory clause describes when, where, why, or how, and it contains a subject and a verb. However, those who don't sleep in have to work or go to class Meanwhile, some students are still sleeping at home. Including, all the people sitting down in this classroom. So, Now you know some examples. October 29, 2012 Liezl Jeciel
Karina Torres References "Introductory Phrases. What Are They and Why Should You Care?" Http://www.vappingo.com. Vappingo, 6 Sept. 2010. Web. 26 Oct. 2012.
"Introductory Clauses, Phrases, and Words." Introductory Elements, Grammar Tech, English Department, Pittsburg State University. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Oct. 2012. With intense anxiety, the girls rushed to finish their presentation.
The clock approaching two, Karina crawled into bed after a long day.
In order to finish the project, we all had to contribute to get it done. An introductory phrase is just like an introductory clause, except it doesn't have a subject or a verb.
It sets the main point of the sentence.
It introduces the sentence.