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Prepositions, Conjunctions, and Interjections
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whom
are
Prepositional Phrase
us
Conjunctive Adverb
are
Interjection
me
him
of these odd items
Conjunctive Adverb
Correlative
to China
in Brazil
Conjunctive Adverb
Correlative
over their skin
were
Coordinate
Preposition
beneath the surface and of the ice
is
Conjunction
her
Tony was in Brazil.
I am going to China.
Natalie traveled with Kim and (I, me).
Jenny brought gifts to Carrie and (her, she).
A word such as 'and,' 'but,' or 'nor,' used to connect parts of a sentence/
The strangers wore fur over their skin.
Neither the store or the restaurants (is, are) open.
A kind of conjunction that is usually stronger an more precise than a coordinating conjunction.
Either taxis or a train (is, are) quick forms of transportation.
A word that relates a noun or a pronoun to another word in a sentence.
I enjoy books; however, I usually dislike the movie.
Some of (us, we) thought the lunch was awful.
I was beneath the surface of the ice.
Not only are we going shopping but also going out to eat.
Chris and Tina (was, were) friends.`
Both Steve and Kenny (is, are) athletes.
A short exclamation that has no grammatical connection to other words in a sentence.
Neither the history nor the descriptions (fail, fails) to capture our interest.
Perhaps they would tell her the meaning of these odd items.
The man of (who, whom) I spoke is from Columbia.
Food is bite-size thus a knife isn't needed.
The kid hid behind the coach and didn't say a word.
According the Carmen and (he, him), Germany is an awesome place to visit.
Neither snow nor freezing rain is predicted for tonight.
A group of words that begins with a preposition and ends with a noun or pronoun.

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DescriptionMatch:
The strangers wore fur over their skin.over their skin
Perhaps they would tell her the meaning of these odd items.of these odd items
I am going to China.to China
Tony was in Brazil.in Brazil
I was beneath the surface of the ice.beneath the surface and of the ice
Jenny brought gifts to Carrie and (her, she).her
The man of (who, whom) I spoke is from Columbia.whom
Natalie traveled with Kim and (I, me).me
According the Carmen and (he, him), Germany is an awesome place to visit.him
Some of (us, we) thought the lunch was awful.us
Chris and Tina (was, were) friends.`were
Neither the history nor the descriptions (fail, fails) to capture our interest.fail
Either taxis or a train (is, are) quick forms of transportation.is
Both Steve and Kenny (is, are) athletes.are
Neither the store or the restaurants (is, are) open.are
Neither snow nor freezing rain is predicted for tonight.Correlative
The kid hid behind the coach and didn't say a word.Coordinate
I enjoy books; however, I usually dislike the movie.Conjunctive Adverb
Not only are we going shopping but also going out to eat.Correlative
Food is bite-size thus a knife isn't needed.Conjunctive Adverb
A word such as 'and,' 'but,' or 'nor,' used to connect parts of a sentence/Conjunction
A short exclamation that has no grammatical connection to other words in a sentence.Interjection
A word that relates a noun or a pronoun to another word in a sentence.Preposition
A kind of conjunction that is usually stronger an more precise than a coordinating conjunction.Conjunctive Adverb
A group of words that begins with a preposition and ends with a noun or pronoun.Prepositional Phrase