Ch 6: Clauses & Conjunctions

About This Chapter

Watch the video lessons in this chapter to strengthen your understanding of clauses and conjunctions. Improve your skills in identifying independent and dependent clauses and writing sentences with conjunctions.

Clauses & Conjunctions - Chapter Summary

This chapter's engaging video lessons review types of clauses and conjunctions used to develop sentences. Our professional instructors explain how to correctly include independent and dependent, or subordinate, clauses. You'll also study several conjunctions and their purposes in writing. Once you've viewed the videos in the chapter, you should be able to:

  • Distinguish between independent and dependent clauses
  • Properly use subordinate clauses in sentences
  • Give examples of common subordinating conjunctions
  • Differentiate between coordinating and correlative conjunctions

We make learning about clauses and conjunctions a convenient and simplified activity. Instructors use several examples to help you grasp these sentence components and their grammatically correct usage. You can even rewatch excerpts of the lessons by using our video tags, which can be a great review tool.

Lessons include transcripts that highlight important grammar terms. After you've studied, take the multiple-choice lesson quizzes to assess your comprehension.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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