Category : 3rd Class
In 1980, there was a finding made that conjunction ?and? takes the role of other conjunctions. People use it more often in place of other conjunctions.
QUICK CONCEPT REVIEW
A conjunction may be called the glue in the sentence as it join words, group of words or sentences. It is a word you can use to combine words or sentences together. The most common conjunctions are and, but, or, so.
In your daily life you will find conjunctions all around you. All you have to do is observe. Let me give you some examples.
SOME IMPORTANT CONJUNCTIONS ARE
Do you know that conjunctions are also very helpful in making your writing interesting? This can be done by combining two or more shorter sentences into one longer, more interesting sentence.
Some more conjunctions to remember:
For, and, Nor, But, Or, Yet and So
AND joins two similar words or sentences.
BUT is used in an unlike situation.
SO means 'for this reason'.
WHILE means 'at the same time as'.
BECAUSE means 'for the reason that'.
IF means 'on the condition that'.
You can play this between three or more friends. You are required to sit in a circle. The first child will whisper a conjunction into the second child's ears. The second child will think of another conjunction and whisper the two conjunction to the third child. The third child will now think of another conjunction, add it on to the previous two and whisper it to the fourth child. Thus the game will increase till the last child is reached who would say it aloud. If anyone forgets or drops a conjunction he/she quits and the game continues with the other player.
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