Express Addition - You are working on joining thoughts within a sentence here. Sometimes they can be used to show more is to come.
Writing With Connectors - Use a subordinating conjunction to combine each pair of sentences. Write your new sentence on the line below.
Uses of Contrasting -
Fill in the blank with an appropriate word or phrase. You will be shed light on the space between two thoughts.
Use Them -
Rewrite each sentence, using the connector provided in parentheses.
Connecting a Fact and a Result -
Choose the best choice to complete each of the sentences. You might use a single word or a phrase. It depends on the situation.
Put Them Together - This is a multiple choice exercise where you will decide which of the four choices makes the most sense. In some cases, a few choices may work. Focus on the best one.
Using Connectors When Writing - Write a paragraph about what you did last weekend. Use at least ten connectors in your paragraph. Underline everyone that you use.
Time Indicators - Complete each sentence by using a joining word that also happens to indicate time. You will have a few to choose from.
Subordinating Conjunctions - Use the subordinating conjunctions indicated to join the sentences below. You may change, rearrange or omit words as necessary in order to clearly convey the meaning of your sentence.