[“The basis of all human activity is time. It’s time to wake up. It’s time to go to school. My dad to me in high school: “If you don’t get up now, next time, I’m bringing the wet washrag.” (He only had to do it once. The feeling of a sopping wet, freezing cold washcloth in the face in the middle of winter will last a lifetime.) It seems like we never have enough time to do everything we want. Time can pass too slowly and too quickly at the same time. “I can’t wait for Friday.” “I can’t believe Christmas is here already.” (Or if you are a little kid: “It’ll never be Christmas.”)  Two of the most confusing time words are the conjunctions when and while.  (Keep reading.)


Coordinating Conjunctions

Subordinating Conjunctions

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