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Differentiate Clauses and

Phrases. Write characteristics


of each.
A clause is a group of
words that contains
both a subject and a
verb that complement
each other.
A phrase is a group of
words that does not
contain a subject or a
verb that complement
each other.

You will have to analyze the following paragraph. Correct, criticize
it and justify your answer. Remember that we reviewed Commas,
conjuntion and Subject-verb in a sentence.
The other day was running really fast my brother me but asked me to stop. I
couldnt understand what was saying so kept going.
The other day I was running really fast, when my brother asked me to stop.
But i didt stop becase I couldnt understand what was saying so kept going.
Name the Conjunctions using the acronym.
Compound Sentence

Conjunctions

FAN BOYS
For= reasons; For I didnt study, so I fail the test.
And= Addition; I like pizza, hamburger, and Kimchi
Nor= Negative choice; I dont like neither taco nor hot dog.
But= opposite sentence; I like you, but not your friends.
Or= positive choice;
Yet= contrast
So= consequences
Write the correct conjunction
where it belongs
1. I didnt study,

I did not pass the
test.
It was just a radio
drama,
some people took it
seriously
so
People ran to warn
friends,
Streets became
crowded as people
ran.
Walter was tired
after the game
he was proud of the
victory.
but
so
,yet
Conjunctions exercise. Fill in
the blank.
I like apples ,I dont li I dont like pears.
I studied for the test ,I got an A.
She can go to the movies, to the
mall.
I studied for the test,.........I failed.

but
,so
or
yet
Compare and constrast but
with and
but
Linking opposite sentence.
Bringing reverse results.
and
Linking similar sentence.
Making a alike compare
But bring the opposite
consequences; for
example
I like you, but not your
friends.



And bring the sequence
meanign; for example
I like you, and your
Friends.