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Types of Conjunctions (Grade 6)

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Types of Conjunctions

1. 
Correlative conjunctions                                             .
  1. join sentence parts having the same function
  2. join sentence parts of the same type
  3. names a person, place, or thing
  4. serve as a modifier
2. 
Which sentence contains a correlative conjunction?
  1. Either the toast or the pie in the oven is burning.
  2. This package came for you and me.
  3. Yes, I understand you perfectly.
  4. Mrs. Ruth or Mr. Thomas teaches that history course.
3. 
Which sentence contains a correlative conjunction?
  1. It's almost noon, so I'm sure she's up.
  2. I really want to stay home, but my mom says I have to go.
  3. Button up before you go outside.
  4. Both Emily and Wanda are left-handed.
4. 
Identify the type of conjunction represented by the capitalized words in the following sentence:

The government appointed Samuel Osgood as the first postmaster general of the fledgling YET burgeoning department.
  1. subordinating
  2. coordinating
  3. correlative
  4. subjunctive
5. 
Identify the type of conjunction represented by the capitalized words in the following sentence:

The continental Congress in 1775 appointed Franklin postmaster general BECAUSE his innovations had been so successful.
  1. subordinating
  2. coordinating
  3. correlative
  4. subjunctive
6. 
Identify the type of conjunction represented by the capitalized words in the following sentence:

Franklin made fundamental improvements in the domestic mail system WHILE he established regular foreign deliveries.
  1. subordinating
  2. coordinating
  3. correlative
  4. subjunctive
7. 
Identify the type of conjunction represented by the capitalized words in the following sentence:

In America, early colonial mail was NEITHER regular NOR organized.
  1. subordinating
  2. coordinating
  3. correlative
  4. subjunctive
8. 
Identify the type of conjunction represented by the capitalized words in the following sentence:

This increase made it necessary for regional monarchies NOT ONLY to rehabilitate the postal systems BUT ALSO to extend them greatly.
  1. subordinating
  2. coordinating
  3. correlative
  4. subjunctive
9. 
Fill in the blanks with the appropriate correlative conjunctions.

              my mother            I enjoy eating chocolate ice cream.
10. 
Fill in the blanks with the appropriate correlative conjunctions.

                    my best friend             my twin sister are in my class this year.

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