Grammar Quiz

[ Conjunction ]

Use a subordinating conjunction to combine these two sentences: I will go to the park. It is sunny outside.

A. I will go to the park, because it is not sunny outside.

B. Because it is sunny outside, I will go to the park.

C. I will go to the park, although it is sunny outside.

D. I will go to the park, while it is sunny outside.

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Identify the action verb in this sentence: “The teacher explains the lesson clearly.”

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