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LEARNING to make a difference



English – To extend the range of sentences by using a wider range of conjunctions (Subordinating conjunctions)

Starter – Capital Letters and full stops

Remember a full stop shows a sentence has ended. A capital letter is needed at the start of a sentence or for a name.

Read these sentences. Write each one yourself with a full stop and capital letters in the right places.

  1. mark and carl got wet in the rain
  2. the man gets up at six in the morning
  3. jill has fair hair but jack has dark hair


Look at,information%20to%20the%20main%20clause. Watch the video and look at the quiz.

Copy out the sentences in the PowerPoint above and have a go at inserting the correct subordinating conjunction.