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2) Correlative Conjunction
Correlative conjunction is used to correlate or join phrases or words carrying equal importance in the sentence.
List of Correlative conjunction
Correlative conjunction words are appear in pairs such as either...or, whether...or, neither...nor, not only...but also, etc.
She is both rich and
Either I will go to school or stay home and read.
I am neither rich nor
He is not only poor, but also
3) Subordinating Conjunction
Subordinating conjunction is used to join a clause to another in order to get full meaning. It is one of the parts of speech which joins dependent clauses to independent clauses.
List of Subordinating Conjunction
Subordinating conjunction words are after, as, although, before, once, because, since, if, than, though, till, that, until, where, whether, when, while, even if, even though, in order that, once, provided that, rather than, so that, unless, whenever, whereas, wherever, why, how, as, in as much, as if, as long as, lest, as much as, now that, as soon as, as though, since, because, before, etc.
As Mohan got less marks in the Physics, he got his overall percentage down.
He started writing as soon as he got the exam paper.
I started sneezing whenever I opens the window of my home.