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Correlative conjunctions: either/or, neither/nor 4

Correlative conjunctions: either/or, neither/nor

Correlative conjunctions definition   Correlative conjunctions are two conjunctions used together to link words,  phrases, or clauses. There are multiple examples of correlative conjunctions, but the following are the correlative conjunctions you will learn in this lesson.1. Either  – or2. Neither  – nor When you use either, you use or as well.    When you …

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Linking verbs: list, definition, examples and worksheet

Linking verbs definition A  linking verb does not show action but connects or links the subject  to the rest of the sentence.     The list of linking verbs am,  is,  are,  was,  were,  has,  become,  seem,  feel,  look Examples of linking verbs Sarah is pretty.Example  2They  were  happy. Linking verbs exercises and worksheet Underline …

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The Subject in a sentence with activities 5

The Subject in a sentence with activities

A subject is a noun that tells who or what the sentence is about. Example The boy went to the store. Who went to the store? The Boy                                                                                                      Example 2 The large machine made a lot of noise. What made a lot of noise? Machine The Subject in sentence activity 1 Underline the subject in …

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