Words that connect other words, sentences, phrases, or even sentences are refered to as conjugates. Without the use of conjunctions, if you ever ran into a complex idea you would need to express it using several sentences. These are considered joiner words or word groups that link things together. There are three basic forms on conjunction. They are seen as an essential part of speech and writing. They make language flow naturally. In this section of our site, we bring you this skill as an introductory activity and the more advanced sheets that focus on grammatical usage and mechanics. When you truly get a handle on this topic, you will notice that it improves your writing and your overall ability to be able to communicate your thoughts to other people. There are many different worksheet topics on conjunction available for you below. Just click on the worksheets to view and print it.
Beginning Conjunction- Where to get started with this topic. It offers a nice foundation for students to build up from.
Combining, Expanding, and Reducing Sentences- They help in all three forms of sentence revisions, but combining sentences is where they really thrive.
Common Forms of Conjunction- This is the nuts and bolts of it all. You will get to understand what each form is and how to use it.
Correlative Conjunctions- When you have two or more in a sentence, they are referred to as correlative.
Coordinating and Subordinating Conjunction- These are very helpful for grouping your clauses together and making stable sentences.
Interjections- When you want to express a great deal of emotion, these are your go-to! They have the unique ability to often fall in line with grammar and syntax well.
Parallel Structure- These words come in really handy for these worksheets. We will work on helping you to write with this in mind.
Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentences- Your compound sentences will often have a practical use for these words.
Using Commas with Coordinating Conjunctions- The form of punctuation that these words are often found near.