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A conjunction is a word that connects phrases, words, or clauses. Conjunctions are often used as transitions. An interjection is an exclamatory word (or words) that shows strong or sudden feeling and has no grammatical function in the construction of a sentence, such as "Ah ha!".
A conjunction is a word that connects phrases, words, or clauses. Conjunctions are often used as transitions. There are two kinds of conjunctions: Coordinating and Subordinating.
and, but, or, for
Gallaudet teachers communicate in American Sign Language and English.
either... or; neither... nor; both... and; not only... but also
Most students use either ASL or English.
hence, therefore, moreover, however, besides, consequently
I like to read; however, I hate to write.
who, which, that
People who live in glass houses don't like children to play catch in front of their houses.
although, because, since, through, if, as if
Although I work hard, I'm still broke.
An interjection is an exclamatory word (or words) that shows weak, mild, or strong feeling and has no grammatical function in the construction of a sentence.
The table below shows some interjections with examples.
Source: EnglishClub.com - InterjectionsEnglishClub.com
Updated June 2, 2016 Tutorial & Instructional Programs Gallaudet University, Washington, D.C. Comments and questions - email us
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