Test your knowledge with this Correlative Conjunctions Worksheet with two different types of exercises. One asks you to provide the correct correlative pair in a given sentence; the other has you combine sentences using correlative conjunctions while maintaining correct grammar with parallel structure, subject/verb agreement and pronoun/antecedent agreement.
For exercises 1-5, fill in the blanks with suitable correlative conjunction pairs. For exercises 6-10, use correlative conjunctions pairs to form one sentence from the information provided in the two given. Reword as necessary to form a complete thought, but remember to make sure that the connected words, phrases or clauses are grammatically equal and maintain parallel structure, pronoun agreement and verb agreement.
__________ did she forget her mother’s birthday, __________ she forgot to call on Mother’s Day. Hiking through the mountains, along the river bed and over dry, rough terrain are all excursions she enjoys.
__________ show up at the scheduled time, __________ skip the session for this week to avoid wasting your time.
__________ Sidney wants to join the group, __________ she does not want to join it.
Sandra excels __________ at basketball __________ at volleyball.
Her lack of attention to detail shows that she __________ cared __________ tried to give it her best effort.
Penny may take her vacation July. Penny may take her vacation in August.
Winter days are short. The weather in the winter is cold.
Shannon fell during the dancing recital. Shannon did not suffer any serious injuries.
Stacey is an excellent writer. She struggles with editing, though.
Tom Brady played college football at the University of Michigan as offensive player. Charles Woodson played college football at the University of Michigan as a defensive player.