What would we do without conjunctions? We would have no 'cookies and milk, ' no 'ready or not, ' and no 'slowly but surely.' Reading this book will help young readers learn all about conjunctions and how to use them. No ifs, ands, or buts about i
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40 baseball cards adjective answers the question barks and barks Brian has 40 brownies while they're CHAPTER chimpanzees class would never comma complete thought conjunction and helps conjunctive adverb Coordinating conjunctions Correlative conjunctions dependent clause Eat these brownies either/or Eric has 50 EXAMPLE Eat EXAMPLE Jennifer EXAMPLE l laugh EXAMPLE l'll going to rain Gorillas grabbed the cheese Grammar Hotline Grammar Lady home run hot dog introduces a dependent Jennifer is friendly join words ketchup l'll have mustard l'll try Lizards lt looks lt seemed lunch box main clause math test mouse grabbed never end nice and hot peek PREPOSITION CONJUNCTION repeat extra words repeat the conjunction right lt Roosters crow sandwich Scooter is black seen a ghost seen Grandpa sentence separate the clauses shoe simple rules Skeeter doesn't bark sloppy conjunction Snoopy snored peacefully stop reading subordinating conjunction sun rises Tricky Conjunction wearing What's the connection You're laughing