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Grade 5 - English Language
Types of Conjunctions

A conjunction is a word that links words, phrases, or clauses. There are three types of conjunctions: coordinating conjunctions, correlative conjunctions, and subordinating conjunctions.

Coordinating Conjunctions may join single words, or they may join groups of words, but they must always join similar elements such as subject+subject, verb phrase+verb phrase, or sentence+sentence. When a coordinating conjunction is used to join elements, the element becomes a compound element.
Examples: and, but, or, yet, for, nor, so

Correlative Conjunctions also connect sentence elements of the same kind, however, unlike coordinating conjunctions, correlative conjunctions are always used in pairs.
Examples:
both - and
not only - but also
not - but
either - or
neither - nor
whether - or
as - as

Subordinating Conjunctions: These are the largest class of conjunctions. They connect subordinate clauses to a main clause. They are adverbs used as conjunctions.
Examples:
Time: after, before, since, when, while, until
Reason: because, since, so that, why
Place: where, wherever
Condition: if, unless, until, in case
Manner: as if, as though, how


Directions: Write five example sentences for each of the conjunction types. In the following questions, choose a conjunction (or, but, before, after, because, when, and, or so) to combine the pair of sentences. As a homework, read a book and find conjunctions and identify their types.
Q 1: The sun came out. The ice began to melt.
The sun came out or the ice began to melt.
The sun came because the ice began to melt.
The sun came out and the ice began to melt.

Q 2: Winning was a challenge. Our team could do it.
Winning was a challenge or our team could do it.
Winning was a challenge because our team could do it.
Winning was a challenge, but our team could do it.

Q 3: My brother wants to win the trophy. I want to win the trophy.
My brother, but I want to win the trophy.
My brother and I want to win the trophy.
My brother or I want to win the trophy.

Q 4: The sun came out. The day was still cold.
The sun came out, but the day was still cold.
The sun came out or the day was still cold.
The sun came out after the day was still cold.

Q 5: The bear came closer. We began to feel threatened.
We began to feel threatened or the bear came closer.
We began to feel threatened so the bear came closer.
We began to feel threatened when the bear came closer.

Q 6: Will the flowers die? Will the flowers live?
Will the flowers die or will they live?
Will the flowers die after will they live?
Will the flowers die because will they live?

Q 7: I wanted to go to the party. I got sick.
I wanted to go to the party because I got sick.
I wanted to go to the party, but I got sick.
I wanted to go to the party or I got sick.

Q 8: Dolphins live underwater. Sharks live underwater.
Dolphins or Sharks live underwater.
Dolphins, but Sharks live underwater.
Dolphins and Sharks live underwater.

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