A grammar of the day: 01.25.16

More on Conjunctions:

  • Some conjunctions and their clauses can go either first or last in a sentence.
    If you need help, come and see me.
    Come and see me if you need help.
  • Usage of following conjunctions: so that (purpose or result), as long as/provided, while (contrast), until, as if/though
    Let’s start now, so that we’re sure to have enough time.
    She spoke very quietly, so that nobody could hear a word.
    You can go out as long as you tell us where you’re going.
    The summers here are wet, while the winters are very dry.
    I’ll look after the kids until you get back.
    I feel as if I’m getting a cold.

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