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Conjunctions

Sep 7, 2022
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What are conjunctions? 

Conjunction is a part of speech that is used to join sentences. It makes a sentence compact and avoids the repetition of some words. 

List of conjunctions  

List of conjunctions 

Conjunction:

  • It’s a word that joins words, phrases, sentences or clauses. 
  • A conjunction is used to connect words. 
  • A conjunction is used to connect phrases. 
  • A conjunction is used to connect clauses. 
  • A conjunction is used to connect sentences.  
Conjunction connecting

Here are some sentences. Find out the joining words. 

  1. Rohan went to the farm, and he brought some mangoes.  
  2. Reena drives a car but carefully follows all the signals. 
  3. The hotel is low cost, yet it cannot attract customers. 
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