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Conjunctions Quiz

1 The main job of a conjunction is to two parts of a sentence.
2 Which of the following is a "compound" conjunction?
3 Which type of conjunction joins two parts of a sentence that are grammatically equal?
4 The word "although" can be used to join a dependent clause to .
5 Coordinating conjunctions always come the words or clauses that they join.
6 The words "and," "but," and "so" are often classified as conjunctions.
7 A subordinating conjunction comes of a dependent clause.
8 The words "although," "since," and "unless" are examples of common conjunctions.
9 Another word for an independent clause is a:
10 When "and" is used with the last word of a list, a comma is .
   

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