There are four classes of conjunctions: co-ordinate, correlative and subordinate and phrasal.
Define and explain co-ordinate, correlative and subordinate and phrasal conjunctions.
Create sentences that demonstrates the correct use of co-ordinate, correlative, subordinate and phrasal conjunctions.
RULE OF THE WEEK
It is perfectly legitimate to begin a sentence with a conjunction.
Conjunctions are words used to join words, phrases clauses or sentences together.
“And so I say to you that anyone who claims otherwise is incorrect.”
“It’s been common to begin sentences with conjunctions since at least the tenth century.”
Patricia T. O’Conner, “Origins of the Specious”.
The word for today is “concomitance”.
What part of speech is “concomitance”?
Define “concomitance” and use it in a sentence.