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Types of Conjunction

Coordinating
Coordinating

A coordinating conjunction is a conjunction that joins two similarly constructed and/or syntactically equal words or phrases or clauses. A coordinating conjunction is a conjunction that joins two similarly constructed and/or syntactically equal words or phrases or clauses.

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Coordinating Conjunction
Coordinating Conjunction

A coordinating conjunction is a conjunction (such as and) that joins two similarly constructed and/or syntactically equal words, phrases, or clauses within a sentence. Also called a coordinator. The coordinating conjunctions in English are and, but, for, nor, or, so, yet.

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Correlative
Correlative

In English grammar, a correlative conjunction is a paired conjunction (such as not only . . . but also) that links balanced words, phrases, and clauses. Also known as a paired coordinator and a conjunctive pair.

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Correlative Conjunction
Correlative Conjunction

A correlative conjunction is a type of conjunction that functions in a pair, with both words working together to balance words, phrases, or clauses. This pair of conjunctions “correlates” together.

Subordinating
Subordinating

A subordinating conjunction is a conjunction (a connecting word or phrase) that introduces a dependent clause, joining it to a main clause.

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