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Test: Conjunctions - 2 - Question 1

Locate the correct word that is the conjunction.
Will you be picking me up after school, or will daddy pick me up?

Detailed Solution for Test: Conjunctions - 2 - Question 1

The words “me” and “you” are pronouns so they are not the conjunction we are looking for. The word “after” is a preposition. The Answer (c) “or” connects two sentences and is the conjunction in this sentence.

Test: Conjunctions - 2 - Question 2

Locate the correct word that is the conjunction.
William did not do his homework, nor did his brother.

Detailed Solution for Test: Conjunctions - 2 - Question 2

The words “homework” and “brother” are both nouns so not the conjunction of the sentence. The word “his” is a pronoun and, again, not the conjunction of the sentence. The word “nor” is a conjunction and, therefore, Answer (a) is what we are looking for.

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Test: Conjunctions - 2 - Question 3

Locate the correct word that is the conjunction.
I did the dishes even though I had already folded the laundry.

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The word “dishes” is a plural common noun so it is not the correct Answer. The word “had” is a past tense verb so it too is not correct. The word “already” is an adverb and modifies a noun. In this case it modifies “folded”. Answer (d) shows the conjunction words that connect two sentences, i.e., “I did the dishes,” with “I had already folded the laundry.” The correct conjunction is, therefore, (d).

Test: Conjunctions - 2 - Question 4

Locate the correct word that is the conjunction.
How quickly do bananas and strawberries ripen?

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The words “do” and “ripen” are verbs and not conjunction words. The word “quickly” is an adverb and modifies a verb, i.e., ripen quickly. The word “and” is a conjunction and connects two items, i.e., bananas and strawberries, so (a) is the correct answer.

Test: Conjunctions - 2 - Question 5

Locate the correct word that is the conjunction.
Grace will pay off the dentist bill provided that her check clears the bank.

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The word “off” as used in this sentence is an adverb as it modifies the verb “pay”. The word “her” is a pronoun (feminine, singular) and not the conjunction of the sentence. The word “clears” is a present tense verb and not a conjunction. Answer (a) shows the conjunction “provided” and it links two phrases.

Test: Conjunctions - 2 - Question 6

Locate the correct word that is the conjunction.
It looks as though it is going to rain soon.

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The word “it” is a pronoun and not what we are looking for. The word “to” is a preposition and, again, not what we are looking for. The word “soon” is an adverb as it modifies the verb “going”. Answer (b) shows the correct conjunction that is contained in this sentence.

Test: Conjunctions - 2 - Question 7

Locate the correct word that is the conjunction.
Mr. Thompkins will begin the class unless Miss Sharper arrives first.

Detailed Solution for Test: Conjunctions - 2 - Question 7

The word “class” is a common noun while the word “Miss Sharper” is a proper noun and neither is a conjunction. The word “arrives” is a present tense verb which leaves us with (d) “unless”. The word “unless” is a conjunction and in this sentence it connects two short sentences.

Test: Conjunctions - 2 - Question 8

Locate the correct word that is the conjunction.
Francis brought an extra pair of shoes in case it raine

Detailed Solution for Test: Conjunctions - 2 - Question 8

The word “brought” is a past tense verb, not a conjunction. The word “of” is a preposition. The word “it” is a pronoun. Neither of these words are conjunctions. The Answer (c), “in case” is a conjunction that links “Francis brought an extra pair of shoes,” with “it rained.” This is the conjunction found in this sentence.

Test: Conjunctions - 2 - Question 9

Locate the correct word that is the conjunction.
I was originally born in Honolulu, Hawaii, but now I live in Denver, Colorado.

Detailed Solution for Test: Conjunctions - 2 - Question 9

The word “originally” is an adverb and modifies the verb “born”. The word “I” is a pronoun. The word “in” is a preposition. Neither of these words are conjunctions. That leaves us with Answer “b”. The word “but” is a conjunction that connects two smaller sentences, i.e., “I was originally born in Honolulu, Hawaii,” and “Now I live in Denver, Colorado.”

Test: Conjunctions - 2 - Question 10

Locate the correct word that is the conjunction.
Mother said the car is old yet it is practical.

Detailed Solution for Test: Conjunctions - 2 - Question 10

The word “said” is a past tense verb. The word “is” is a present tense verb. The word “old” is an adjective and describes the condition of the car. The word “yet” is a conjunction and connects the sentence between old car and being practical.

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