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conjunctions

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Transcript of conjunctions

coordinating conjunctions
subordinating conjunctions
Correlative Conjunctions
Correlative Conjunctions
are pairs of conjunctions that connect words or groups of words. Always used in pairs, they correlate with one another!
Conjunctions
Joins words,phrases or clauses.
Ex. this
and
that
not this
but
that
this
or
that
Dill likes to surf
but
not in the winter.

Juan went to the frijiol contest however Panchita stayed home.


F or
A nd
N or
B ut
O r
Y et
S o

A

subordinating conjunction
joins subordinate clauses to an
independent clause.
Some correlative conjunctions are:
Both...and
Neither..nor
either..or
Not only..but also
whether..or
Ex:
After
Paco tried snowboarding,
he was hooked on the sport.
Subordinating Conjunctions
:
after because since when
although before so that whenever


Neither the potted ivy on the counter nor the dirty dishes in the sink have enjoyed water on their surfaces for the past week.
Correlative Conjunctions Examples:
3 types of conjunctions
1.Coordinating 2.Correlative
3.Subordinating

BUT
conjunctive adverbs
moreover,also,hence,then,still.. etc
Both and like to twerk.
Jim
Miley
Both... and
Neither ... nor
subordinating conjunctions: CANT STAND ALONE
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