Class 5 English Grammar Chapter 14 Conjunction

NCERT Solutions for Class 5 English Grammar Chapter 14 Conjunction updated for academic session 2020-2021 CBSE as well as State board students. A Conjunction is a word used to connect words, clauses, or sentences.

Conjunctions are joining words and are also known as linker. All the contents on Tiwari Academy is free to use without any pre-login or registration.




Class 5 English Grammar Chapter 14 Conjunction

Class: 5English Grammar
Chapter: 14Conjunction

Examples of applying Conjuctions

    1. Supriya is honest. Supriya is kind.
      Supriya is honest and kind.
    2. Reena is beautiful. Reena is cruel.
      Reena is beautiful but cruel.
    3. Work hard. You will fail.
      Work hard else you will fail.




Kinds of Conjunctions

There are two kinds of conjunctions:

    • 1. Co-ordinate Conjunctions
    • 2. Subordinate Conjunctions

Co-ordinate Conjunction

A Coordinate Conjunction joins two clauses or statements or equal rank, importance and position.
The main Coordinate Conjunctions are and, but, or, eighter-or, neither-nor, so, yet, for, etc.
Examples:
You can have juice or coffee.
Preeti worked hard and topped the class.
Sekhar was ill yet she went to school.

Subordinate Conjunction

A Subordinate Conjunction joins one subordinate clause to another main clause for its full meaning. It joins two clauses or statements of unequal rank/importance and position. The main Subordinate Conjunctions are after, as, because, although, before, than, though, if, until, that, while etc.
Examples:
(i). Mohita did not go to the office as she was ill.
(ii). Although he was ill he went to the school.
(iii). If you run fast, you can catch the train.



What is conjunction? Give an example.

A Conjunction is a word used to connect words, clauses or sentences. Conjunctions are joining words and are also known as links.
Ex.: (i). Supriya is honest. Supriya is kind.
(ii). Supriya is honest and kind.

What is co-ordinate conjunction?

A Coordinate Conjunction joins two clauses or statements or equal rank, importance and position. The main Coordinate Conjunctions are and, but, or, eighter-or, neither-nor, so, yet, for, etc.
Examples:
(i). You can have juice or coffee.
(ii). Preeti worked hard and topped the class.

Define subordinate conjunction. Give example.

A Subordinate Conjunction joins one subordinate clause to another main clause for its full meaning. It joins two clauses or statements of unequal rank/importance and position. The main Subordinate Conjunctions are after, as, because, although, before, than, though, if, until, that, while etc.
Examples:
(i). Mohita did not go to the office as she was ill.
(ii). Although he was ill he went to the school.

CBSE Class 5 English Grammar Chapter 14 Conjunction
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