(Source: Mulyono. 2010. English Alive. Yudhistira: Jakarta.)
Conjunction are words that join words, phrases or clauses in a sentence. There are two classifications of conjunctions, those are: (1) coordinating conjunctions, and (2) subordinating conjunctions.
The coordinating conjunctions join together words or clauses of equal value. Some of these conjunction are: and, but, or, so, etc.
The coordinating conjunction which work in pairs are called “correlatives”. They are: either…or, neither… nor, not only … but also, both … and, etc.
The subordinating conjunction join main clauses to subordinate clauses. They are: when, because, if, although, however, therefore, meanwhile, otherwise, beside, since, etc.
A) Coordinating conjunctions:
Ø Tom and Jerry always quarrel to each other.
Ø I have no enough money so I don’t buy the item.
Ø She did not want to meet him but she had to.
B) Subordinating conjunctions:
Ø The man kept on working although he looked tired.
Ø The mad boy will get angry if you disturb him.
Ø Shanty was absent because she was hospitalized.
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