Define and explain the COPULATIVE class of conjuction ?​​

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Copulative conjunctions are also known as additive conjunctions and are used to add an information or statement to an existing one. Some of the copulative conjunctions are and, moreover, plus etc. Words like plus and moreover can act as adverbs and therefore, should be followed by a comma.
Example - The little boy is a good player. And he can sing well too. Moreover, he is excellent in his studies.

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