Questions tagged with conjunction

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Hi, I wanna ask a question. In English Grammar & Composition by Wren & Martin second sentence is lab
Which is correct and why ,1- I gave no more than I could help.2- I gave no more than I ...
Conjunction grammarcorrection sentence-correction than conjunctions +1 vote, asked Jan 24 by Ravi Jaiswal
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Is comma mandatory between 2 complete sentences?
I have a question. I learned that you're supposed to use a comma to separate 2 complete sentences w/ a ...
Conjunction comma 0 votes, asked Jan 05 by Eneoji Byeonhwa
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Th use of "only" as a conjunction
Hello, When "only" is used as a conjunction, is the clause that it introduces always subordinate (and/or non-restrictive)? For example: ...
Conjunction independent 0 votes, edited Nov 07 '15 by Joseph
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H.W. Fowler - Outdated and Incorrect?
I have attempted to try and educate myself on strict, proper grammar usage recently. I read this chapter: from ...
punctuation semicolons comma coordinate Conjunction 0 votes, asked Nov 01 '15 by Joseph
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comma after conjunction and before if subordinate clause
Should I use a comma between "for" and "if" in this sentence?: Finally, I will work to ensure my students ...
comma Subordinate for if Conjunction 0 votes, asked Oct 24 '15 by Marton Lonart
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If a compound verb follows a conjunction, then is it a clause?
"Tom went to the store and bought ice." This is an example of a compound verb. Tom does two verbs ...
Conjunction clause compound verb 0 votes, asked Oct 14 '15 by Grant M
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Use of however
"Regardless of the gravity of the crime, however, international diplomatic conventions must be followed, and unless the Saudi government can ...
However regardless Conjunction 0 votes, asked Sep 16 '15 by varun singh
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Starting a sentence with 'No' and the use of "or" or "and"
Is this form of sentence structure correct? No paint was found on the cuff or the collar of the shirt. ...
no sentance Conjunction 0 votes, asked Jul 29 '15 by Winnie Kurowski
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Can co-ordinating conjunctions be used separately?
He is good, but I am bad. This is the structure generally used to conjoin two independent clauses. But can ...
Conjunction +1 vote, asked Jun 28 '15 by Deep
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Conjunctive adverbs.
How are conjunctive adverbs adverbs? Adverbs modifies adjectives, verbs and other adverbs, don't they? Then how does however, thus or ...
Conjunction Adverb +1 vote, asked May 21 '15 by Deep
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Grammar for a joke.
I used to do drugs. I still do. But I used to,too.
Conjunction comma to too 0 votes, asked May 13 '15 by Dane Cutforth
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Usage of conjunction 'that'
Hi, Non-native speaker here and I have the following questions. (Please have mercy on me by not using too many ...
Conjunction that +1 vote, asked Apr 13 '15 by James
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What type of phrase is "but not less than $50..."
I'm trying to break down the parts of this sentence: "You must pay the cost of parts and labor, but ...
phrases Conjunction 0 votes, asked Mar 27 '15 by Roger
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Can "that" as a conjunction introduce an Independent clause?
Hi, Fowler's English Usage says: "'That' is used as a conjunction to introduce a subordinate clause, and a subordinate clause ...
that Conjunction independent clause Subordinate 0 votes, asked Mar 10 '14 by Christopher Renni-Calliope
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commas and conjunctions
I have been confused about this issue for years (and I'm old). The following sentence is from the Portland State ...
comma splice Conjunction error 0 votes, asked Feb 20 '14 by Tony Peters
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Confused about the verbs in this sentence
I'm teaching English and my students recently had a question about a sentence that has 6 verbs. They asked what ...
verb participle Conjunction 0 votes, asked Oct 30 '13 by MrAdamSK
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Singular or Plural Noun in a List
Which is correct? 1.) Property Covered under Coverages A, C, or E. or 2.) Propert covered under Coverage A, C, ...
singular plural Conjunction list noun 0 votes, asked Aug 05 '13 by Lindsay
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as well as to connect verbs
Private sectors will cooperate with the authority to develop new health institutions and new shopping malls as well as promote ...
as well Conjunction 0 votes, asked Apr 16 '13 by Marie
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Verb tense after "would" and conjunction "and"?
Which of the below sentences are correct? (1) Just a year ago, she would sing and DANCE every day. or ...
tense tenses would Conjunction 0 votes, asked Feb 03 '13 by grizz
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Punctuation, Conjunction
In what conditions a comma should be used before a conjunction? I read somewhere that in compound sentences, when a ...
Conjunction punctuation +1 vote, asked Apr 19 '12 by Rahul Gupta
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