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Part IV: Prepositions, conjunctions, and... > Unit summary: Prepositions, conjunct...

Chapter 13. Unit summary: Prepositions, conjunctions, and interjections

Topic A In this topic, you learned that prepositions indicate how nouns and pronouns relate to the rest of a sentence. When prepositions are combined nouns, they create a prepositional phrase. You learned that prepositions and prepositional phrases are used to provide more description and can modify nouns, verbs, and adjectives in a sentence.
Topic B Next, you defined conjunctions as connector words in a sentence. You also learned that the type of clause—independent or dependent—determines which conjunction is appropriate.
Topic C Finally, you identified interjections and learned that they add emotion and exclamation to the written sentences. While usually used in speech, interjections are commonly used in informal writing.



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