Conjunctions are joining words. They help join two different thoughts in a sentence.
Conjunctions help explain the cause, purpose, condition, and time of an action.
I am sick. I won’t be able to go to school today.
I am sick, so I won’t be able to go to school today.
|and||I am going to the shop to buy milk and eggs.|
|but||Dana doesn’t like to work at the museum, but she has no other choice at the moment.|
|or||Please speak up or be quiet.|
|when||Tina wears gloves when she drives.|
|while||Bob cooked dinner while Nina was at work.|
|so||1 am very tired, so please don’t make a noise.|
|if||We will go to see the match if it doesn’t rain today.|
|although||My brother got me a book for my birthday although i had told him that 1 wanted a video game.|
|because||Barbra can’t wear high heels because she has a spinal problem.|
|unless||I will come to your party unless my relatives come for dinner.|
|after||Josh passed out after the game.|
Types of Conjunctions
|Coordinating Conjunctions||Subordinating Conjunctions||Correlative Conjunctions|
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