# Conjunction Junction, What's Your Function?

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This quiz will cover subbordinating and coordinating conjunctions. There will be two types of responses.
You will select the best conjunction for the senteces missing a conjunction.
You will combine the senteces using a conjunction.

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### Fill in the blank with the correct conjunction. I went to store yesterday, _________ I forgot to buy eggs.

• A.

Since

• B.

But

• C.

For

B. But
Explanation
The correct conjunction to fill in the blank is "but". This is because it indicates a contrast between the two clauses. The first clause states that the person went to the store yesterday, and the second clause states that they forgot to buy eggs. The word "but" is used to show a contradiction or unexpected outcome, highlighting the forgetfulness despite going to the store.

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• 2.

### The carnival was really fun,____________ my friends and I decided to go back again.

• A.

And

• B.

But

• C.

So

C. So
Explanation
The correct answer is "so" because it indicates that the carnival was enjoyable, which led to the decision to go back again.

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• 3.

### The beginning _________ the end are the best parts.

• A.

So

• B.

And

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Although

B. And
Explanation
The correct answer is "and" because it indicates that both the beginning and the end are the best parts, suggesting that the entire experience or situation is enjoyable.

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• 4.

### Girls and boys love to play outside _________________ there are lots of things to do.

• A.

Because

• B.

Nor

• C.

Yet

A. Because
Explanation
The word "because" is the correct answer because it indicates a reason or cause for the statement that girls and boys love to play outside. It suggests that the reason they love playing outside is because there are lots of things to do.

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• 5.

### You will make a good grade on this test ______________ you studied a lot.

• A.

Yet

• B.

So

• C.

Because

C. Because
Explanation
The correct answer is "because" because it indicates a cause-and-effect relationship between studying a lot and making a good grade on the test. The word "because" is used to explain the reason or justification for the statement made before it. In this case, it suggests that studying a lot is the reason why someone will make a good grade on the test.

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• 6.

### Do I use a comma when combining sentences with a coordinating conjunction?  (FANBOYS)

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
When combining sentences with a coordinating conjunction (FANBOYS), it is correct to use a comma. The comma is used before the coordinating conjunction to separate the two independent clauses being joined. This helps to clarify the structure of the sentence and make it easier to read and understand.

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• 7.

### List the coordinating conjunctions.

For And Nor But Or Yet So
Explanation
FANBOYS

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• 8.

### List three subirdinate conjunctions.

Because Although Since If As if Even though
Explanation
The correct answer is a list of subordinate conjunctions. Subordinate conjunctions are used to connect dependent clauses to independent clauses in a sentence. They introduce a subordinate or dependent clause and indicate the relationship between the two clauses. The given list includes common subordinate conjunctions such as "because," "although," "since," "if," "as if," and "even though." These words are used to show cause and effect, contrast, condition, or comparison in a sentence.

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### Circle the conjunction. I like golf, yet I am better at tennis.

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