Subordinating Conjunction Quiz

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Subordinating Conjunction Quiz

In the study of language, the term ‘subordinating conjunction’ refers to any word used to connect subordinating clauses in sentences. Examples include words like “although” and “because”. They are words which act as an introduction to the next part of a sentence, in direct reference to the previous part. Can you identify some of these different examples of subordinating conjunctions? Take the following quiz to find out.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    ________________ he claims that he is innocent, everyone knows he is guilty
    • A. 

      While

    • B. 

      Now that

    • C. 

      In order that

  • 2. 
    ________________ you're here, I'm going to tell you a secret.
    • A. 

      Whereas

    • B. 

      Now that

    • C. 

      In order that

  • 3. 
     ________________ you like him personally, you have to agree that he's done a lot for the company.
    • A. 

      If only

    • B. 

      Rather than

    • C. 

      Whether or not

  • 4. 
    ________________ I prefer to live in an apartment, my wife wants to buy a house.
    • A. 

      Until

    • B. 

      Whereas

    • C. 

      Because

  • 5. 
    ________________ I had seen that movie three times, I watched it again.
    • A. 

      Although

    • B. 

      Whereas

    • C. 

      Unless

  • 6. 
    ________________ you already know the answer, why are you asking me?
    • A. 

      Although

    • B. 

      Since

    • C. 

      Whereas