Matokeo Darasa la Saba 2015/2016 Haya Hapa.
|Darasa la saba|
Matokeo ya darasa la saba PLSE NECTA 2015/2016 Yametoka, matokeo la saba 2015/2016, Matokeo std vii 2016, Pata matokeo darasa la saba 2015/2016, Matokeo ya darasa la saba Yatolewa.
MATOKEO YA DRS 7 2016 - Have been published by NECTA, STD 7 RESULTS 2016 Tanzania.
Mtihani wa kuhitimu elimu ya msingi necta (Matokeo la Saba 2016) - Are Out!
Tazama Matokeo yote ya Mtihani wa Darasa la Saba 2016.
Pata Matokeo Yote Ya Mitihani - One Spot For All The Examination Results- New Updates (Kidato cha Pili na Darasa la Nne)
NECTA - Matokeo la saba 2015, Matokeo la saba 2014, Matokeo la saba 2013 - Bofia hapa chini kuyapata
Bofia Hapa - Matokeo Darasa La Saba, PSLE-2013 EXAMINATION RESULTS - NECTA CLASS SEVEN RESULTS - NECTA
FORM TWO TIMETABLE 2016 - SFNA 2016 EXAM TIMETABLE
Matokeo Darasa la Saba 2015/2016 Yametangazwa
PAST PAPERS FOR RIVISION / Form two past papers, Form four past paper, From six past papers (Rivision Made Simple)
OTHER EXAMINATION RESULTS
Bofia Hapa - MATOKEO YA MITIHANI DARASA LA NNE - NECTA
Bofia Hapa - MATOKEO YA MITIHANI DARASA LA SABA - NECTA
Bofia Hapa - MATOKEO YA MITIHANI KIDATO CHA PILI - NECTA
Bofia Hapa - MATOKEO YA MITIHANI KIDATO CHA NNE - NECTA
Bofia Hapa - MATOKEO YA MITIHANI KIDATO CHA SITA - NECTA
Bofia Hapa - MATOKEO YA UALIMU NECTA
Conjunctions are words that connect individual words, groups of words, or entire clauses. For example: Laura and I went to a concert. (individual words combined by and)You will have to take the train or rent a car. (groups of words combined by or)It’s getting rather late, but the children can stay up a bit longer. (clauses combined by but)
There are seven coordinating conjunctions: and, but, for, nor, or, so, and yet. When combining clauses have a subject and predicate in each, a comma is used to separate the clauses. If the elements combined are individual words or groups of words, a comma is not used. Not all of the coordinating conjunctions can combine words or groups of words as well as clauses. Those that can are and, but, or, and yet: The team was playing well, and a large crowd was gathering at the soccer ﬁeld. Tom made a chili that was spicy and too tangy for Aunt Mary.
When a subordinating conjunction introduces an independent clause, that clause becomes dependent and must be attached to a main clause—another independent clause:
Independent clause: Mary lived in France.Subordinating conjunction introduces the clause: When Mary lived in France.
Dependent clause is added to independent clause: When Mary lived in France, she became quite knowledgeable about wine.
There are many subordinating conjunctions. They are derived from other parts of speech or are even a combination of words. Some of the most commonly used are:
After, even if, that, although, how, though, as, if, till/until, as if, inasmuch, unless, as long as, in order that, until, as much as, lest, when, as soon as, now that, whenever, as though, provided that, where, because, since, wherever, before, so that.
If a subordinating or dependent clause begins a sentence, a comma will separate that clause from the independent clause. For example:
Although I don’t know you well, I feel I can trust you in this matter. Now that you’re settled in your new home, I hope you’ll stop by for a visit.