Coordinating, Correlative, Subordinating Conjunctions, And Interjections Quiz!

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  • 1. 

    Hey! That's mine!

    • A.

      Coordinating Conjunction

    • B.

      Interjection

    • C.

      Correlative Conjunction

    • D.

      Subordinating Conjunction

    Correct Answer
    B. Interjection
    Explanation
    The phrase "Hey! That's mine!" expresses a sudden and strong emotion or exclamation, indicating surprise or annoyance. This makes it an interjection, which is a part of speech used to convey strong feelings or emotions.

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  • 2. 

    As if. True for Correlative Conjunction. False for Subordinating Conjunctions.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    This statement is false because it states that "True" is true for correlative conjunctions and false for subordinating conjunctions. However, correlative conjunctions are pairs of conjunctions that work together to join words, phrases, or clauses, such as "either/or" or "neither/nor." Subordinating conjunctions, on the other hand, join a subordinate clause to a main clause and help to show the relationship between the two clauses, such as "because," "although," or "while." Therefore, the correct answer is false because it inaccurately describes the usage of correlative and subordinating conjunctions.

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  • 3. 

    Whoa! Although those fireworks were pretty, they hurt my eyes! Both the green and the blue were pretty.

    • A.

      Coordinating Conjunction

    • B.

      Interjection

    • C.

      Correlative Conjunction

    • D.

      Subordinating Conjunction

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Coordinating Conjunction
    B. Interjection
    C. Correlative Conjunction
    D. Subordinating Conjunction
  • 4. 

    You there! Who are you?

    • A.

      Coordinating Conjunction

    • B.

      Interjection

    • C.

      Correlative Conjunction

    • D.

      Subordinating Conjunction

    • E.

      I don't think it is any of the above...

    Correct Answer
    E. I don't think it is any of the above...
    Explanation
    The given statement "I don't think it is any of the above..." suggests that the speaker does not believe that the options provided (Coordinating Conjunction, Interjection, Correlative Conjunction, Subordinating Conjunction) accurately describe the answer to the question "Who are you?". Therefore, the correct answer is that none of the options provided are the correct answer.

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  • 5. 

    Whether you are going to break up with me or not, I will always love you.

    • A.

      Coordinating Conjunction

    • B.

      Interjection

    • C.

      Correlative Conjunction

    • D.

      Subordinating Conjunction

    Correct Answer
    C. Correlative Conjunction
    Explanation
    The given sentence includes the correlative conjunction "whether...or". Correlative conjunctions are used to connect two equal grammatical elements in a sentence. In this case, "whether" introduces the first option ("you are going to break up with me") and "or" introduces the second option ("not"). The correlative conjunction "whether...or" is used to present two alternatives or possibilities. Therefore, the correct answer is Correlative Conjunction.

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  • 6. 

    As long as you love me, I'll be your platinum, I'll be your silver, I'll be your gold. Bonus: What song is this? (At the bottom) +.0001

    • A.

      Coordinating COnjunction

    • B.

      Interjection

    • C.

      Correlative Conjunction

    • D.

      Subordinating Conjunction

    • E.

      Beauty and the Bee

    • F.

      As long as you love me

    • G.

      Not Here :(

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Coordinating COnjunction
    F. As long as you love me
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Coordinating Conjunction". In the given sentence, "as long as" is used to connect two clauses, indicating a condition. Coordinating conjunctions are used to join words, phrases, or clauses of equal importance. In this case, "as long as" is joining the two clauses "you love me" and "I'll be your platinum, I'll be your silver, I'll be your gold". Therefore, it acts as a coordinating conjunction. The song referenced in the bonus is "As long as you love me".

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  • 7. 

    John and Jill went to the park.

    • A.

      Coordinating Conjunction

    • B.

      Interjection

    • C.

      Correlative Conjunction

    • D.

      Subordinating Conjunction

    • E.

      Compound Sentance

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Coordinating Conjunction
    E. Compound Sentance
    Explanation
    The given sentence "John and Jill went to the park" is an example of a compound sentence. A compound sentence is formed by joining two independent clauses with a coordinating conjunction, in this case, the coordinating conjunction "and" is used to connect the two subjects "John" and "Jill" and the two independent clauses "John went to the park" and "Jill went to the park". Therefore, the correct answer is Coordinating Conjunction, Compound Sentence.

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  • 8. 

    Though the boy was scared, he still stood up against the bully.

    • A.

      Coordinating Conjunction

    • B.

      Interjections

    • C.

      Correlative Conjunction

    • D.

      Subordinating Conjunction

    Correct Answer
    D. Subordinating Conjunction
    Explanation
    The given sentence "Though the boy was scared, he still stood up against the bully" shows a contrast between the boy's fear and his courage to stand up against the bully. The word "Though" is a subordinating conjunction that introduces a subordinate clause expressing a contrast or concession. It shows that despite the boy's fear, he still had the bravery to confront the bully.

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  • 9. 

    That is my purse! Stop you thief, or i will call the police!

    • A.

      Coordinating Conjunction

    • B.

      Interjection

    • C.

      Correlative Conjunction

    • D.

      Subordinating Conjunction

    Correct Answer
    A. Coordinating Conjunction
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Coordinating Conjunction". In the given sentence, the word "or" is used to connect two independent clauses, "Stop you thief" and "I will call the police". Coordinating conjunctions are used to join words, phrases, or clauses of equal importance. In this case, "or" is used to present two options or choices.

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  • 10. 

    Not only are you grounded, but also you are staying in your room the whole week. Ha! Although you have to do your homework, do not touch the computer. Do everything by hand, if you care about your grade! Both the video games and the bikes are also not to be touched!

    • A.

      Coordinating Conjunction

    • B.

      Interjection

    • C.

      Correlative Conjunction

    • D.

      Subordinating Conjunction

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Coordinating Conjunction
    B. Interjection
    C. Correlative Conjunction
    D. Subordinating Conjunction
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Coordinating Conjunction, Interjection, Correlative Conjunction, Subordinating Conjunction."

    In the given sentence, "but" is a coordinating conjunction that connects the two independent clauses "Not only are you grounded" and "also you are staying in your room the whole week." "Ha!" is an interjection, expressing amusement or triumph. "Although" is a subordinating conjunction, introducing a dependent clause "Although you have to do your homework." "Both...and" is a correlative conjunction, connecting the phrases "Both the video games" and "the bikes."

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