Tuesday, 21 October 2014

What is conjunction?

What Are Conjunctions?

Conjunctions are used to join words or groups of words together. The most common ones are and, or, and but. (There are many others.)
What is conjunction?
Conjunction is a word which is used to link a word or a group of words to the other part of the sentences and it shows the relationship between them. There are four kinds of Conjunction as follow:
1) Coordinating Conjunctions
2) Correlative Conjunctions
3) Subordinating Conjunction
4) Adverbial Conjunctions/Linking Adverbs

What are conjunctions?
A conjunction is a part of speech that joins two words, phrases or clauses together.
There are three types of conjunctions:

Coordinating Conjunctions
Correlative Conjunctions
Common Subordinating Conjunctions
  • and
  • but
  • or
  • nor
  • either...or
  • neither...nor
  • not only...but also
  • both...and
  • whether...or
  • after
  • before
  • although
  • though
  • even though
  • as much as
  • as long as
  • as soon as
  • because
  • since
  • so that
  • in order that
  • so
  • if
  • lest
  • even if
  • that
  • unless
  • until
  • when
  • where
  • whether
  • while

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