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An important study lesson about conjunction words, such as: and, but, or and so. These small words connect ideas and are a big part of basic English. The lesson has an exercise to check your understanding.
Although, even though, because, so. Do you know these words? These important words that connect ideas are essential for intermediate and advanced students. This study lesson will help you use these words to connect your ideas.
Help Max and Molly on their balloon trip by choosing the right joining word to fill in the gap. A fun way to practice your knowledge of adverbs and conjunctions. You get to choose easy, medium or difficult level questions.
Small words like, and, but, for, yet and so are necessary to connect your ideas in English. This lesson helps you to understand conjunctions and how to connect your ideas.
This lesson presents a written example with several cohesive connectors. This lesson will make you a better writer and enhance your ability to speak and understand natural English.
This is an explanation of conjunctions, or connecting words. There are many examples and good tips on how to use conjunctions correctly in speech and writing. There's a short self-test, too!
In English, we use SO and NEITHER to indicate similarity between or among people or things. Watch this lesson to learn how to use these words correctly.
Useful list of conjunctions with examples. Includes a link to a practice exercise.
This site offers detailed information and examples about using conjunctions. A conjunction is a joiner, a word that connects (conjoins) parts of a sentence. They are an essential part of constructing basic English phrases.
Adverbs are not always simple words or phrases; they can also be clauses, containing a subject and a full verb. This page will explain the basic types of adverb clauses and how to recognize them. There are several exercises for practice. The exercise answers are available, if you can't seem to get a question right.
What is an adverb clause? What is a subordinating conjunction? What are the different types of adverb clauses? Find out the answers to these questions in this advanced lesson. Using adverb clauses allows you to include more information in your sentences.
Adverb clauses are an important part of spoken and written English as they allow you to add more detail to your sentences efficiently. Adverb clauses must be understood if a student wants to be a fluent speaker, or a better writer.
Comprehensive resource for learning and practicing connectors, including types of conjunctions, cause/effect, adverbials and more. Compares American and British use and offers detailed explanations and quizzes.
This is a lesson about yard sales in the United States. This is the second part of the three-part series and focuses on using negative adverbs like seldom, neither, and only. Inversion structure are also described.