What are coordinating conjunctions?
These conjunctions connect two or more verbs, adjectives, phrases or independent
clauses with each other. You can learn them by the acronym F.A.N.B.O.Y.S namely,
for, and, nor, but, yet, so.
What are correlative conjunctions?
These are compound conjunctions that connect two or more words, phrases and
clauses, oftentimes independent clauses. For example, either…or, not only…but (also),
neither…nor, both…and, whether…or, just as…so, as…as, as much…as, no
What are prepositional phrases?
Prepositional phrases will follow the structure of preposition+modifier + noun subject.
These will not make sense on their own. For instance, into the woods. In the SAT/ACT,
you must either ensure that the preposition is not repeated more than once or it is used
correctly in the sentence.