give an example to prove that there are many other conjuctions.

 

 there are 3 types of conjuctions 

  1. COORDINATING CONJUCTION
  2. COORELATIVE    CONJUCTION
  3. SUBORDINATING CONJUCTION  

1 coordinating conjuctions are used to join words eg. a. My work got over on time AND i was ready to leave.   b. breakfast is free but lunch has to be bought . 

2. coorelative conjuctions always appearin pairs or in groups eg. a. BOTH  you AND your sister can come to my home. b. EITHER you can come home OR I can go to your place

3.subordinating conjuction are those which join a dependent clause to a independent clause eg. a. We went on walking THOUGH it was getting dark. b. You said THAT you would come.                                                                          

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the other examples of a conjuction is aswell 

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there are 3 types of conjuctions

  1. COORDINATING CONJUCTION
  2. COORELATIVE CONJUCTION
  3. SUBORDINATING CONJUCTION

1 coordinating conjuctions are used to join words eg. a. My work got over on time AND i was ready to leave. b. breakfast is free but lunch has to be bought .

2. coorelative conjuctions always appearin pairs or in groups eg. a. BOTH you AND your sister can come to my home. b. EITHER you can come home OR I can go to your place

3.subordinating conjuction are those which join a dependent clause to a independent clause eg. a. We went on walking THOUGH it was getting dark. b. You said THAT you would come.

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Comma is not a conjunction. It is a punctuation mark and does not come under parts of speech in English. The usage of a comma would be clear in the mentioned link:

 

'If' is a conjunction which joins two phrases or sentences. These are used in conditional sentencesvv

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Comma is not a conjunction. It is a punctuation mark and does not come under parts of speech in English. The usage of a comma would be clear in the mentioned link:

https://www.meritnation.com/discuss/question/1729204

'If' is a conjunction which joins two phrases or sentences. These are used in conditional sentences

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Conjunctions that are used in pairs are known as correlative conjunctions.

For example,

Either - or

Neither – nor

Whether – or

Not only – but also

 

Conjunctions are divided into two classes- subordinating conjunctions and co-ordinating conjunctions.

 

Co-ordinating conjunction: A conjunction that joins two sentences of equal importance is known as a co-ordinating conjunction. For example:

God proposes and man disposes.

She will attend the meeting but she will arrive late.

 

Subordinating conjunction: A conjunction that joins two sentences, one of which is dependent upon the another, is known as a subordinating conjunction. For example:

She has a good vocabulary because she reads a lot.

I stepped out of the house after it stopped raining.

 


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