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Pengertian, Contoh ,Penggunaan Conjunction




Conjunctions are words that join together other words or groups of words

**Types of conjunction
 -Coordinating conjunction
          connect words, phrases, and clauses of equal importance. The main coordinating conjunctions are andor, and but
  
-Subordinating conjunction
          an introduces a subordinate clause (a clause that does not form a simple sentence by itself) and joins it to a main clause (a clause that can be used as a simple sentence by itself).

**Kinds of word conjunction
And                          But
         Both ….. and            Either ….. or
Neither ….. nor        Not only …. but also
If                              That
Although                  Unless
When                       While
Because                  In order that
Even-though            Therefore
However                  Otherwise
Beside                     In addition

**Direct and indirect speech

-Direct speech is a representation of the actual words someone said. A direct speech report usually has a reporting verb in the simple past. The most common reporting verb is “said” the reporting clause may come first or second.

-Indirect speech is focus on the content of what someone said rather than his or her exact words. Indirect speech, the structure of reported clause depends on whether the speaker is reporting a statement, a question or a command

*Direct Speech                          *Indirect Speech
Simple Present                           Simple Past                                                   
Present Continuous                     Past Continuous                                 
Present Perfect                           Past Perfect  
Present Perfect Continuous        Past Perfect Continous             
Simple Future                              Past Future                
Future Continuous                       Past Future Continuous
Future Perfect                              Past Future Perfect
Future Perfect Continuous          Past Future Perfect Continuous     
Simple Past                                  Past Perfect

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