suppose a sentence 

                                          "I went to school by cycle since i missed my bus "

if i changed its sentence structure as :

                                           " Since I missed my bus i went to school by cycle "

here will "since" still remain as a conjunction ???

conjunctions are used to join two sentences as in - "I went to school by cycle since i missed my bus ". 

but in this sentence - " Since I missed my bus i went to school by cycle "  since  is been used to reason something.

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No, since won't be a conjuction as it's not connecting the sentence.

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 But why not even though I used  since in the begining didn't  it help in joining the sentence ???

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kavyashabu have passed the ix class ,without knowing why are conjuction  not used in the begining of sentance.

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 i thought both are subordinating conjunction of reason..........

thanks for correcting me !!!

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its OK !!

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rishidada i don't how you passed ix class .You donot know .then ok ,but you should not say another person a wrong answer now kavyasahau is thinking that is correct first you understand clearly and say to anothers. do you understand

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kavyashabu, we can use conjunctions at the starting of the sentence 

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 yes

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yes absolutely correct

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 yes it is correct.

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conjunctions are used to join two sentences as in - "I went to school by cycle since i missed my bus ".

but in this sentence - " Since I missed my bus i went to school by cycle " since is been used to reason something

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Dear friend,
You are absolutely right. 'Since' is utilized as a subordinating conjunction. 

I hope this helps. 
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