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CONJUNCTIONS (How, However, In case, In order that, In spite of)

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 : How, However, In case, In order that, In spite of.
HOW
 
'How' means "the way in which":
Examples
Do you know how to eat chiness food?
I wonder how you did it.
HOWEVER
 
It is used as a way of showing how a sentence is related to what has already been said.
Examples
Sachin played well, however we've lost the match.
They worked hard for the test, however, they failed.
IN CASE
 
In order to be prepared for something that may happen.
Examples
Take your mobile with you in case you miss the bus.
In case of bad weather, the wedding will be held indoors.
IN ORDER THAT / TO
 
It is used for saying that something can happen.
Examples
In order to buy a car he needs to save money.
Routine checks are required in order that safety standards are maintained.
IN SPITE OF
 
It is used for referring to a fact that makes something else surprising.
Examples
He looks very fit in spite of his age.
In spite of feeling tired, we decided to go for walk.
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Types of Conjunctions Coordinating Conjunctions
Subordinating Conjunctions Correlative Conjunctions