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A conjunction is word (or group of words) that is used to connect other words, phrases, clauses or sentences together. There are many words that can be used as a conjunction but the most common words are: and, but, or, nor, so and yet. Look at the following example.
My rope and your rope tied together will make it long enough.
This sentence connects “my rope” with “your rope”.
Other conjunction words include: after, although, as, as far as, as soon as, as though, as well as, because, before, both, either, even if, even though, however, if, if only, in case, in order that, neither, provided, rather than, since, so that, unless, until, whereas, whenever, whether and while.
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