Tagged: subordinating conjunction

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So As A Conjunction

So can mean ‘as well’ or ‘also’ in the structure so + auxiliary verb + subject. This structure is used to add something to the sentence before. Note that the auxiliary verb used with so is the same...

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...