A CONJUNCTION/CONNECTOR is a word that connects or joins together words, phrases, clauses, or sentences.
3 KINDS OF CONNECTORS:
2 EXERCISE 1:
Direction: Connect the 2 sentences into 1 single sentence. Use appropriate connectors.
1. Students must take final exams.
They will receive a grade of incomplete. 2. Every vegetable has its own property.
We have to combine different kinds of vegetables in our food. 3. Burj Al Arab is known as a seven-star hotel.
Many people say it is just like any other five-star hotel.
Direction: Fill in the blanks with the most suitable connector. One blank may have more than one possible answers.
1. We do ’t ha e to se d our i itation to Emily ________ I will meet her at the office tomorrow.
2. The woman __________ lives next to my house is a bank robber. 3. I ould ’t sleep __________ I as ery tired.
4. You a ’t go i side the lu ___________ you are a e er. 5. I like travelling by sea ___________ the weather is good.