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Conjunctions and Interjections

Hello, students, parents, and teachers,
 
Today's lesson is on conjunctions and interjections, and it's the last lesson on the parts of speech. Next week we'll begin tackling sentence structure.
 
First, watch the video clips on conjunctions and interjections from Schoolhouse Rock. (The conjunction song is awesome!)
 
 
 
Next, study the documents: "Seven Things to Know about Conjunctions" and "Four Things to Know about Interjections."
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Then, visit Grammaropolis to see what they have to say about conjunctions and interjections:
 
 
 
Finally, take the Conjunctions Quiz I and Conjunctions Quiz II in Internet4Teachers.com:
 
 
and complete the following easy exercise on interjections:
 
 
Piece of cake! Now let's go cool off with some ice cream.
 
Talk to you next week,
 
Write Cook
 

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