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Kim Staples

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Conjunctions Parts of Speech In detail... Conjunctions It works like this... Now, you try! Identify the conjunction in the sentences below. Is it a coordinating or correlative conjunction? 1. I can walk and chew gum.
2. Either stay here, or go away.
3. Neither Kyle, nor I want to swim.
4. Romeo and Juliet are in love, but they can't be together.
5. I want a new car, so I am getting a job. Why use conjunctions? Using conjunctions can help make your
sentences more complex and interesting. for and nor but or yet so Definition A conjunction is a part of speech that
connects words, phrases, and clauses. These conjunctions connect words, phrases, or independent clauses together. There are 7 coordinating conjunctions, remember FANBOYS. Coordinating Conjunctions Correlating Conjunctions Correlating conjunctions are always in pairs. Like coordinating conjunctions, they connect sentence elements of similar importance. Some examples of correlative conjunctions :

both /and
not only/but also
Coordinating Correlative Correlative Coordinating Coordinating
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