what is a subordinating conjunction ?

Subordinating conjunctions join a subordinate clause with a main clause. (A subordinate or dependent clause is one that cannot stand as a separate sentence, while a main or an independent clause is one that can stand as a separate sentence.)

For example:

Gagan decided that he would walk to office if it did not rain that morning.

Here, 'if' is a subordinating conjunction. 


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