What is Conjuction?
– A conjuction is a part of speech that is used to connect two or more than two words, phrases, clauses in a sentence.
Here are the different types of conjuctions that are commonly used.
Coordinating conjunctions: For, And, Nor, But, Or, Yet, So, etc.
1. The theme of tonight’s party is yet to decide.
2. Angela is good at singing but poor in dancing.
Subordinating conjunctions: although, whether, while, when, before, etc.
1. Although Amy is from rich family, she still remains humble.
2. Tony and Alex are thinking wether to buy a bicycle or not.
3. While I was walking on the street, I meet one of my friends.
Correlative Conjunctions: not only- but also, either-or, neither-nor
1. She became famous not only in their country but also abroad.
2. They can have either whiskey or wine.
3. Neither my friend nor her mother likes sweets.