plz give the uses of each conjunctions particularly and are connectors and conjunctins same?

Conjunctions are usually also known as connectors.

There are numerous kinds of conjunctions whose usage would differ with the context. Here is an explanation on two of its types:

Co-ordinating conjunctions join together clauses of equal rank. When a conjunction joins two independent statements of equal importance that present in a sentence, it is known as co-ordinating conjunction.

The chief co-ordinating conjunctions are: and, but, for, or, nor, neither, also, either, etc.

Sentences on the same can be constructed on your own as they are used in our day-to-day lives.

Subordinating conjunctions join a clause to another on which it depends for its full meaning. When a sentence contains two statements or clauses, ones’ meaning dependant on the other, they are joined by a subordinating conjunction.

The chief subordinating conjunctions are:

After, because, if, that, though, although, as, unless, before, till, as, while, when, where.

Sentences using the same are:

- You will pass if you work hard.

- I missed the bus because I reached late;

- I know not why he left us.

Hope this helps!


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