Tagged: conjunctions

Correlative Conjunctions

When the correlatives either—or, neither—nor, both—and, not only—but also are used, you must see that they are placed before words of the same part of speech. Read the sentence given below. The car either...

As vs. When vs. While

When, while and as can be used to talk about actions or situations that take place at the same time. There are some differences. When and while We can use when and while to...

As vs. Since vs. Because vs. For

As can be used to refer to the reason for something. This is particularly common when the reason is already known to the listener/reader, or when it is not the most important part of...

Conjunctions

Conjunctions are words that join clauses into sentences. Conjunctions not only join clauses together; they also show how the meanings of the two clauses are related. Examples are: and, but, although, because, when, if...