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Conjunctions : Explantion

Aug 29, 2022


What are “parts of speech?” 

The language of learning has eight parts of speech: Noun, Pronoun, Verb, Adjective, Adverb, Preposition, Conjunction, and Interjection. The part of speech identifies how a word acts both grammatically and semantically within a phrase. 

Identify Parts of speech from the following Paragraph: 

My residence is simple and tidy. We have a small kitchen, bedroom, dining room, and a hallway are among the four rooms. It’s very great to live here since the yard has lovely flowers and butterflies. 

Write down the parts of speech for the following: 

  1. My-  
  1. Butterflies- 
  1. Lovely- 
  1. Since- 
  1. Tidy- 


  1. Pronoun 
  1. Noun 
  1. Adjective 
  1. Conjunction 
  1. Verb 

Let’s find out what is conjunction: 

A conjunction is a word that connects two or more words, phrases, clauses, or sentences together. For example, but, and, because, although, still, because, unless, or, nor, while, where, and so forth. 

A conjunction is an element of speech that joins the conjuncts of the conjunctions, which are words, phrases, or clauses. Because this definition may overlap with those of other elements of speech, each language must specify what makes a “conjunction.” 

Now let’s revise some conjunctions, connecting words in the sentence. 


Sentences with conjunctions and connecting words 



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