# Conjunction Quiz For Grade 2

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Explanation:

Introduction: Conjunctions are an important part of grammar, as they help connect parts of a ⁤sentence. This quiz is⁤ designed to ⁢help 2nd graders test⁤ their knowledge on the various types of‍ conjunctions commonly used in English. Let’s get started!

Q1: Which of the following is an example of‍ a coordinating ‍conjunction? ⁢
A: and
B: because
C: although
D:⁢ however
Explanation: Coordinating conjunctions join two or more items of equal importance in a sentence.

Q2: What type of conjunction is used ⁣to introduce a subordinate clause?
A: if⁤
B: until
C: unless
D: because
Explanation: A subordinate clause must have a ​subordinating conjunction to‌ introduce it, examples‌ of ⁢which are because, although, since, if, when, etc.

Q3: Which of⁢ the following sentences ⁤uses ⁤a⁤ conjunction correctly?
A: You bought ‍the groceries and needed to ​head home.
B: You went to the ‍store bought the⁤ groceries.
C: Bought the groceries, ‌you needed⁣ to head home. ⁣
D: You went to the store and buying the‌ groceries.
Explanation: ‍Sentence A correctly uses the coordinating conjunction ‘and’ to join two items of equal importance.

Q4: In the ‌sentence ‘Tom learned‌ quickly ⁤because he was motivated’, what is the ‍subordinating conjunction?
A: because
B: Tom
C: quickly
D: motivated
Explanation: The subordinating conjunction in this sentence is ⁣‘because’ which ‌indicates that a subordinate clause follows.

Q5: What type of ‌conjunction is ‘neither…nor’?
A: subordinating⁤ conjunction
B: coordinating conjunction
C: conditional clause
D: correlative​ conjunction
Explanation: Correlative⁣ conjunctions are‌ used ⁤to join⁢ two ideas of equal importance. Examples of correlative conjunctions are neither…nor, both…and, not only…but also,⁤ either…or.

Q6: Which of the following sentences uses the ⁤conjunction ‘nor’ correctly?
A: He ⁢took neither⁤ a coat nor an umbrella.
B:⁤ He ⁣took a coat neither an umbrella.
C: He⁢ took neither ⁣a coat and an umbrella.
D: He took a‌ coat nor‍ an ​umbrella. ‌
Explanation: Sentence A correctly uses the correlative conjunction ‘nor’ ‍to show that two ⁢things are being excluded.

Q7: Which of the following is an example of ⁢a correlative conjunction?
A: if⁣
B: either…or
C: ‌can
D: until
Explanation: ‌Correlative​ conjunctions are used to join ‌two ideas⁣ of ‌equal importance. Examples of‌ correlative ‌conjunctions are neither…nor, both…and, not only…but also, either…or.

Q8: What type of conjunction is used to join ideas of contrasting meaning?
A: correlative conjunctions
B:⁤ subordinating conjunctions
C: conditional conjunctions
D: ⁢contrastive conjunctions
Explanation: Contrastive conjunctions are used to join ideas of contrasting meaning, e.g. albeit, though, whereas.

Q9: Which of the⁢ following sentences​ uses a ‌subordinating conjunction correctly?
A: She was late, though ‌she had left early.
B: She was late even though she had left ⁣early.
C: She was late although she had left​ early.
D: She was late, ‍but‌ she had left early.
Explanation: Sentence ​B correctly uses‍ the subordinating⁤ conjunction ‘though’ to join two ideas of ⁢contrasting ‍meaning.

Q10: In the sentence ‘He​ went home,⁣ despite the rain’, what is ‍the subordinating conjunction?
A: despite
B: He
C: home
D: rain
Explanation:‌ The subordinating conjunction is ‌’despite’​ which introduces the subordinate clause ‘the rain’.

Q11: Which of the following is an example of a subordinating conjunction?
A: both…and
B: although
C: can
D: as
Explanation: Subordinating conjunctions are used to join a subordinate clause‍ to a main clause, e.g. although, if, since, when, while, until, that.

Q12: What ‌type of conjunction is used to join related ideas?
A: subordinate clauses
B: correlative conjunctions
C: ‍contrastive conjunctions
Explanation: ⁣Additive‌ conjunctions are used to join related ideas, ⁢e.g. in addition, and, furthermore, also. ‌

Q13: Which of the following⁤ sentences uses the conjunction ‘and’ correctly? ⁤
A:‌ He had gone to ⁤the store and⁢ pizzeria.
B: ‌He had gone⁣ to ⁣the store & pizzeria.
C: He had gone⁣ to the store, ‍and pizzeria
D: He had gone to the store and, pizzeria.
Explanation: Sentence A correctly​ uses the coordinating ⁢conjunction ‘and’ to join ⁣two ‌items of ‍equal importance.

Q14: Which‌ of ‌the following ‌is an example of a conditional ​conjunction?
A: neither…nor
B: if ⁢
C: as
D: for
Explanation: Conditional conjunctions are used‌ to introduce conditions, with the​ main clause ⁣containing the ‍result of the ⁢condition, e.g. unless, if, until.

Q15: What type of conjunction is ‘if’ usually classified as?
A: contrastive conjunction
C: subordinating conjunction
D: conditional conjunction
Explanation: ‘If’ ⁣usually‍ classified as​ a conditional conjunction as it is used⁢ to introduce conditions, with the main ⁤clause containing ‍the result of the condition.

Q16: In the‌ sentence ‘He ⁤went to bed early albeit‌ reluctantly’, what‍ is the ⁣conjuncton
A: He
B:‍ albeit
C: to
D: bed
Explanation: The conjunction in this sentence is ‘albeit’ which⁤ is⁣ a contrastive conjunction used to join ideas‌ of contrasting meaning.

Q17: What type of ⁤conjunction is used to join two items of equal importance?
A: correlative conjunctions
B: subordinating conjunctions
D: coordinating conjunctions
Explanation: Coordinating conjunctions ‌join two or ‍more items of equal importance in a sentence. Examples of coordinating⁣ conjunctions are and, or, but.

Q18: Which of the following sentences uses the ⁣conjunction ‘but’ correctly?
A: She​ was‍ excited ​but nervous.
B: She was excited, but nervous.
C: She was excited nervous.
D: She was excited, but, nervous.
Explanation: Sentence A⁢ correctly ⁢uses the coordinating conjunction ‘but’ to join two items of equal importance.

Q19: What type of conjunction is used to add extra information?
A: coordinating conjunctions
B: ‍correlative conjunctions
C: subordinating conjunctions‍