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CONJUCTION
Types of Conjunctions Coordinating Conjunctions
Subordinating Conjunctions Correlative Conjunctions
CONJUNCTIONS (Either, Even, Even if, Even so, Even though)

Make relationship between two clauses / sentences

As If As if If only As long as
Either Even Even if Even so Even though
How However In case In order that In spite of
Since Than Rather than Till Until
That Now that Though Although As though
So Because Before After Except
Only Once Otherwise Neither Unless
What Where When Whenever Whereas
While Without Wherever Whether
  USES OF : Either, Even, Even if, Even so, Even though.
EITHER
 
'Either' used to suggest a choice between two options.
Examples
I'm sorry, John is ill and I can't come either.
We can either go to the cinema or to the café.
EVEN
 
It is used for showing that you are saying something that is surprising.
Examples
He likes swimming, even in winter.
It always feels cold in this room, even in summer.
EVEN IF
 
It is used for emphasizing that although something may happen or may be true, another situation remains the same.
Examples
Don't drink any alcohol even if you drive carefully.
It’s still too hard to find a job, even if you are eligible.
EVEN SO
 
It is used for introducing a statement that seems surprising after what you said before.
Examples
This movie is very popular; even so, I don't like it.
He is loud and unfriendly; even so, I like him.
EVEN THOUGH
 
It is used when important idea belongs in the main clause, the less important in the clause introduced by the subordinate conjunction.
Examples
Even though she had to prepare for exam, Komal went to the movies with friends.
Rahul appreciated the flowers even though a Ferrari would be a finer gift.
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Types of Conjunctions Coordinating Conjunctions
Subordinating Conjunctions Correlative Conjunctions