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A conjunction is a word that links words, phrases or clauses together.
Examples include 'and' or 'or', as in 'I ate pasta and salad'.

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In grammar, a conjunction (abbreviated CONJ or CNJ) is a part of speech that connects words, ..... External links[edit]. Wiktionary lists of conjunctions by language ...

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This is a list of our solar system's recent and forthcoming planetary conjunctions In astronomy, a conjunction is an event, defined only when using either an ...

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A variety of useful English Conjunctions exists, which complete this list of the most used Cohesive Devices. Together, they can help to express a cohesive view ...

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List of Conjunctions. Quick Refresher: Conjunctions are words that join two or more words, phrases, or clauses. Coordinating Conjunctions. Example: cookies ...

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This list of conjunctions gives you examples of the three types of conjunctions. Learn through examples!

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There are three types of conjunctions: Coordinating, Subordinating and ... The chart shown here is a list of some of the most commonly used conjunctions.

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There are 50 Conjunctions in this list. Some of these conjunctions can be used as other parts of speech. Refer to dictionaries for precise meaning and usage.

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Subordinating Conjunctions There are many subordinating conjunctions. This list does not include all of them. Example : I will eat broccoli after I eat this cookie.

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A LIST OF CONJUNCTIONS. Coordinating Conjunctions (there are seven):. And Or But Nor So For Yet. Subordinating Conjunctions (these are only a few):. After.