Grammar - Subordinating Conjunctions (when, if, that, because)
Today, we will learn about using when, if, that and because to link two parts of a sentence. Hopefully, you will use these when writing your non-fiction report about Schools in China later this week.
Watch the PowerPoint below.
Choose when, if, that, because to link two parts of a sentence and complete the worksheet attached.
Can you write out my sentences using when/if/that/because?
- The children have to bow to their teacher _____________ she says good morning.
- In Beijing, some of the schools are huge ______________ there are so many children who live in the city.