Exercise 17

Punctuating with Logical Connectives

Directions:

After reading these directions, print out a copy of the Logical Connective Practice Worksheet.

  1. Use the following guidelines to analyze each example.

  2. Logical connectives have been used in each of the sentences.

  3. Punctuate each sentence in an acceptable manner.

  4. Underline the subject and verb of each main and dependent clause.

  5. Circle each subordinate connective.

  6. Label, track, and tabulate your clauses.

  7. Be on the lookout for run-on sentences.

  8. Use a period, a semicolon, or a comma plus a coordinate connective to join main clauses.

When you have completed this exercise, go to the Logical Connective Answer Sheet to check your answers.