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"And" – Sentences can be combined with the word "and". If two
sentences have the same subject, you can combine the predicates.
and Effect – Subordinating conjunctions, such as so, unless,
if and because indicate cause and effect.
of Conjunctions – A conjunction is a word that joins sentences,
phrases, or words together. A coordinating conjunction joins words
that are equally important in a sentence.
A Bad Storm
– A conjunction is a word that joins sentences, phrases, or words
together. A subordinating conjunction joins words, but also shows
a relationship between the words.
Snow Cone – Rewrite the paragraph below, using coordinating
and subordinating conjunctions to combine sentences.
Complete each sentence below with the correct subordinating conjunction.
Conjunctions 2 – Use each of the subordinating conjunctions
below in a sentence. Write one sentence for each subordinating conjunction.
As you use each conjunction, color the leaf.