For joining two sentences can we use any other conjunctions instead of AND.

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there are many conjuctions

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as well as

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 yes

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 there are manyconjunctions for example

but , and , as well as, when etc

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Hi,

Yes, there are a few conjunctions which we can use instead of 'and'.

eg: I went to the market. Ravi went to the market.

We can join these two sentences in the following ways:

1. Ravi and I went to the market

2. I went to the market along with Ravi.

Here, in the second sentence, we use the conjunction 'along with' instead of  'and'.

Hope this clears your doubt,

Cheers!!!

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yes ofcourse

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yes der r many cnjnctions as we know so NOW is 1 of it. oder dan dis v can use de othrs

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yes

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yes pooja ther are many more conjunctions like so,or, because ETC...

thats why any word which joins two santences are called CONJUNCTIONS

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Ya sure we can !!!

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Such a long long long long answer you've given

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 there are many conjunctions like : when u want to give a reason so, u use because ,  if u want to give 2 options in a sentance u can use or . some examples are :                                                                                                                                                                                         1.BECAUSE- i didn't come because i was late.    2.OR-u can go to rita's house or u can go to mina's house.   3.NOT ONLY .... BUT ALSO - the king was not only kind but also leninient.      4. BUT -  u can go but only if u complete u'r homework.  5. SINCE-  since i was late so i didn't come yo school . NOTE: we can use sice instead of "because"  . there much more examples of conjunctions like this . If u liked it please give me a thumbs up !!                                                                                                                                                        

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yes, there are many conjuctions

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 yes, we can use also,but also etc

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There are many conjuctions except AND. I place some of them before you:

  • BUT
  • THOUGH
  • ALTHOUGH
  • IN SPITE OF
  • etc...
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the conjunctions can be:- except, though, but, because, like, neither...nor, without, that, when, than, not only...but also, either...or, etc.

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We can use a meaningfull conjuction in a spicific sentence.

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Yes, of course. There are many conjunctions. We can use a suitable conjunction with a sentence.
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