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Kinds of Conjunctions:

  1. Coordinating Conjunctions join together clauses of equal rank such as and, but, for, also either, or, neither, nor — Rohit and Srilata go to school.
  2. Subordinating Conjunctions join one clause to another on which it depends for its full meaning such as after, because, if, that, though, although, till, before, unless, as, when, where, while — He went away because he got bored.
  3. Correlative Conjunctions are used in pairs such as either-or, neither-nor, both-and, though-yet, whether-or, not only-but also. — He visited not only Agra, but also Delhi.
  4. Conjunctive Adverbs have an adverbial function and can be used to connect two sentences or clauses. These are: also, however, otherwise, anyhow, in addition, still, in fact, then, consequently, likewise, therefore, furthermore, thus, nevertheless.

Other Conjunctions are: since, or, if, than, lest, while, although, whereas, else, only, without, though.



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