Prepositions and conjunctions (Conjunctions (Coordinating conjunctions (or…
Prepositions and conjunctions
Compound - however, nevertheless
Phrasal - soon as, in order that
Correlative - both...and, either...or
Simple - and, but, so, though
Prepositions can be
Phrasal - out of, in front of
Compound - inside, within
Simple - on, at, for
Derived - behind, below
Coordinating conjunctions (or coordinators) link elements of equal rank EX: I fell and broke my arm.
Subordinating conjunctions (or subordinators) introduce a dependent clause EX: We came here because it was cheap.
The deferment of a preposition
Infinitival phrases or infinitival predicative constructions EX: He's impossible to work with .
Gerundial phrases or gerundial predicative constructions EX: He's worth listening to.
Passive EX: Has the room been paid for?
Adverbial Particles (about, across, along, around, back etc.) - they are used
To build phrasal verbs EX:My aunt brought up four children.
To build extended prepositional phrases EX: We were going back to the hotel when it happened.