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and Ria are neighbors.
is tall but her sister is short.
like Ayush because he is a hardworking student.
Here words (and, but and
because) are used to join one sentence to another. These words that join
different ideas together are termed as conjunction.
Therefore, a conjunction
is a word that joins nouns or verbs or sentences.
for the words or sentences that are taken jointly
Example: Ayush and
Navneeth study in the same class.
to show contrast in ideas
Ravi is dull but Rohit is brilliant.
to indicate that only one possibility can realized between the two
Example: Complete your
work or you will stay late in the office.
to show result or consequence of an action
Example: I wanted to study
French, so I joined French Academy.
to show reason of an action
Example: I trust my friend
because he always speaks truth.
to talk about result or effect of something that may happen or may not happen
or be true or may not be true
Example: I will help you
if you lend me your car.
to tell the reason why something has happened or like so
Example: He arrived late
at the station, therefore he missed the train.
to indicate time up to the event mentioned in the sentence or not before the
Example: Don’t watch T.V
until you complete home work.
TILL / TIL
in informal way in place of “until”
Example: I will wait till
5 o’ clock.
to tell us about something that can happen or may not happen in specific
Example: You'll be obese
unless you stop eating junk food.
to introduce a sentence that makes the other sentence appear surprising
Example: Although he is
rich, he is very nice.
interchangeably with although but though can be used both in formal as well as
Example: Though his room
was small, it was well furnished.
to tell at what time something has happened or will happen
Example: We’ll eat when
you will finish your homework.
AS WELL AS
to refer “in addition to” or “including something”
Example: My friend is
brave as well as loyal.