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Interjections, Conjunctions & Prepositions - Chapter Summary
This fun online language arts chapter shows you how prepositions, conjunctions and interjections work. Follow along with our expert instructors to learn about the different types of conjunctions, recognize prepositional phrases and define interjections. The chapter contains bite-sized lessons that each come with a short quiz. Our instructors are available to answer your questions, and you can use any computer or mobile device to access the chapter. By the end of the chapter, you should be able to:
- Recognize examples of interjections
- Tell the difference between coordinating and correlative conjunctions
- Explain the uses of prepositions
- Find prepositional phrases
1. What is an Interjection? - Definition & Examples
Interjections are emotional expressions used in writing. This lesson discusses the rules regulating the use of interjections and lists some of the common ones English speakers use to convey feelings.
2. Conjunctions: Coordinating & Correlative
Conjunctions are parts of speech that join together other words, phrases and clauses in sentences. Learn all about two types of conjunctions - coordinating and correlative - in this lesson.
3. What is a Preposition? - Definition, Uses & Examples
Prepositions are essential to sentences because they provide additional and necessary details. In this lesson, we will explore the definition and roles of the preposition.
4. How to Find a Prepositional Phrase
In English, words are classified by parts of speech. One part of speech is the preposition. In this lesson, you will learn about prepositions, prepositional phrases and how they are used in sentences.
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