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Types of Conjunctions Coordinating Conjunctions
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CONJUNCTIONS (Only, Once, Otherwise, Neither, Unless)

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 : Only, Once, Otherwise, Neither, Unless.
ONLY
 
'Only' is used as a Conjunction, means except that, but, were it not (that):
Examples
A very beautiful woman, only she squints a little.
The day is pleasant, only rather cold.
He does well, only that he is nervous at the beginning.
I would go with you, only I have no money.
ONCE
 
'Once' is used for saying that as soon as one thing happens, something else happens.
Examples
I'm sure you'll be very happy here once you get to know everyone.
Once we were through the gates, he went off and left me on my own.
OTHERWISE
 
'Otherwise' is used to present an alternative situation.
Examples
Look at the map, please. Otherwise you'll get lost.
I hope the weather improves. Otherwise, we'll have to cancel the tour.
NEITHER
 
'Neither' used to deny or negate words and phrases.
Examples
They didn't go to the party, and neither did I.
Neither drinks nor food are allowed in this room.
UNLESS
 
'Unless' is used for saying that if something does not happen, something else will happen or be true as a result.
Examples
Her baby cannot fall asleep unless she stays nearby.
You will not pass the exam unless you get a score of 40 or higher.
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Types of Conjunctions Coordinating Conjunctions
Subordinating Conjunctions Correlative Conjunctions