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  1. 1. Clauses of conjunctions
  2. 2. As we shall see, conjunctions are dividedinto classes: Coordinating andsubordinating.Read the sentenceBirds fly and fish swim.The sentence contains two independentstatements or two statements of equal rankor importance. Hence, the conjunctionsjoining these two statements or clauses ofequal rank are called Coordinatingconjunctions.The chief
  3. 3. Coordinating conjunctions are :And, but, or, nor, also, either, nor
  4. 4. Coordinatingconjunctions are of fourkinds:
  5. 5. 1:Cumulative or copulative 2:Adversative 3:Disjunctive or Alternative 4:Illative
  6. 6. Subordinating conjunctions:
  7. 7. A sub ordinate conjunction joins a clause to another on which itdepends for its full meaning.The chief subordinating conjunctions are:After, because, if, that, till, before, as, when, where, while.For example: 1: You will pass if you work hard.2: He ran away because he was afraid

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