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CONJUCTION
Types of Conjunctions Coordinating Conjunctions
Subordinating Conjunctions Correlative Conjunctions
TYPES OF CONJUNCTIONS
Conjunction - Parts of Speech
"Conjunction used to Join two Words / Sentences"

A conjunction is a word or a group of words that connect two words, phrases, clauses or any two sentences. Conjunction merely joins and does not do any other work.

Unlike Relative Pronoun Conjunction refers to noun, Relative Adverbs modifies verbs and Prepositions it governs a noun/pronoun which are also connecting words.

Some of the important conjunctions are- after, and, as, but, because, before, hence, that, till, if, since, so, though, although, unless, until, when, while, whether, either, neither, or, even, even if, even so, how, however, in case, in spite of, otherwise, what etc.

Conjunction word used to:

Joins two words
Joins two sentences and
Makes them compact / short sentences.

Examples:

Join two Words
Two and two (makes four.)
Sita and Geeta (are friends.)
Join two Sentences
Ramesh and Suresh are good friends.
  Note : Ramesh is a good friend and Suresh is a good friend
I like tea and coffee.
  Note : I like tea. I like coffee.
Makes compact / short sentences
The person is poor but an honest.
  Note : The person is poor but (s)he is an honest
  Types of Conjunctions
(1) Coordinating Conjunctions
(2) Subordinating Conjunctions
(3) Correlative Conjunctions
  Conjunction / Linking verbs
    To Express Conjunction / Linking Verbs
  Addition And, As, Also, As well as, Both, Not Only, Too
  Choice Or, Either…or, Neither…nor
  Condition If, Even if, Unless, Until, As long as
  Contrast While, On the other hand, But, However
  Reason Because, As, Since, Therefore, So
  Purpose To, In order to, For, So as to
  Result So, Therefore, As a result, So..that
  Example Like, Such as, For example
  Time As, After, Before, Since, Till, Until, Since
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Types of Conjunctions Coordinating Conjunctions
Subordinating Conjunctions Correlative Conjunctions