how many conjuctions are there.what are they?
Conjunctions that are used in pairs are known as correlative conjunctions.
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.