Parsing Exercises on Conjunction






Parsing Exercises on Conjunction :


Parsing Exercises on Conjunction

Parse AND in the sentence…..John and James are brothers.

First Model :

AND is a conjunction. It connects the noun John with the noun James.

When conjunctions connect words, those words will be the same parts of speech, that is a verb and a verb, an adjective and an adjective except that nouns and pronouns may be connected by a conjunction.

John studies his lesson carefully, but James is very negligent of his lesson.

BUT is a conjunction. It connects the sentence (John studies his lesson carefully) with the sentence (James is very negligent of his lesson.)

Parse each of the Conjunctions in the following sentences

Mary and John have gone to town.

John and James study.

James writes and John reads.

Charles studies his lessons carefully, but John is very negligent with his lessons.

The boy wrote well, though his hands were badly injured.

He supported his mother, though he was quite young.

I cannot go to school, because the weather is so bad.

It is so dark that I cannot see.

Parse each of the Nouns in the foregoing sentences.

Parse each of the Adjectives in the foregoing sentences.

Parse each of the Pronouns in the foregoing sentences.

Parse each of the Verbs in the foregoing sentences.

Parse each of the Adverbs in the foregoing sentences.







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