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People who are preparing for IELTS or other English learning need to have good command over conjunction. This post discusses the meaning of conjunctions, types of conjunction, and examples with sentences that assist in the application of conjunctions.
Conjunctions Words List
Conjunctions are the words that are used to connect two or more words, phrases, clauses, or sentences. Below some of the Conjunction words are given with examples.
- I am very thirsty, but the water bottle is empty.
- I can run after the traffic pass away.
So, in the above sentences, But and After are the conjunction words that are used to join two different sentences.
Types of Conjunction Words
There are basically four types of conjunctions used.
Coordinating Conjunction Words
Coordinating Conjunction is used to connect items that are grammatically same: Two words, Nouns, Phrases, or Adjectives.
|Sr. No.||Coordinating Conjunction Words||Sentences – Conjunction Examples|
|1.||For||He needs to find a job, for he is unemployed.|
|2.||And||Maria loves both ice cream and pizza.|
|3.||Nor||Neither Tuesday nor Wednesday is good for the party.|
|4.||But||She scored good marks but she is not satisfied.|
|5.||Or||Which fruit do you like: mango or apple?|
|6.||Yet||She dances well yet she hesitates to take part in the competition.|
|7.||So||He is unwell so he will not come with us to the movie.|
Subordinating Conjunction Words
Subordinating Conjunction is used to introduce a dependent clause and It showcases the relationship between an adverb clause and another clause.
|Sr. No.||Subordinating Conjunction Words||Sentences – Conjunction Examples|
|1.||After||She went to the parlour after lunch.|
|2.||Although||Although the sun was shining it wasn’t warm.|
|3.||As||She can do her hairstyle as she wants.|
|4.||As if||He behaved as if he has lost it.|
|5.||As long as||The dog would be cooperative as long as you fed him.|
|6.||As much as||He likes football as much as he likes cricket.|
|7.||As soon as||As soon as I get the details I will send the mail.|
|8.||As though||The virus is spreading as though it will end the world.|
|9.||Because||He did the task because he felt it was his duty.|
|10.||Before||The baby sleeps before the massage.|
|11.||Even||He has never even heard the name of the city of Ohio.|
|12.||Even if||Even if you perform your best, you won’t be appreciated.|
|13.||Even though||She doesn’t want to give up even though she knows it won’t better the relation.|
|14.||If||They will party in the garden if the weather is good.|
|15.||If only||She will feel better, if only she sees her son for a moment.|
|16.||If then||If it rains then we will be stuck in traffic.|
|17.||In order that||She will leave the party early in order that I get a cab.|
|18.||Just as||It began to rain just as we got home.|
|19.||Lest||He spent whole days in his room, wearing headphones lest he disturbs anyone.|
|20.||Now||Boston is now a big city while earlier it was a small town.|
|21.||Now since||Let’s discuss the issue now since the manager is right here.|
|22.||Now that||Now that everything is under control, the lockdown can be lifted.|
|23.||Once||Once I pick you up from school we can go to the restaurant.|
|24.||Provided||He will behave properly provided you be polite to him.|
|25.||Provided that||I will go to the party provided that she comes.|
|26.||Rather than||Better, ignore her questions rather than lie.|
|27.||Since||It’s a long time since they met.|
|28.||So that||He joined foreign language classes so that he could learn French.|
|29.||Supposing||He was bluffed into believing his competitors were not prepared.|
|30.||Than||The old man lived for more than 100 years.|
|31.||That||The yellow building you are seeing there, that is my house.|
|32.||Though||Though they were whispering, their voices echoed in the hall.|
|33.||Till||She waited at the coffee shop till 11 pm.|
|34.||Unless||He will not buy you a scooter unless you score good marks.|
|35.||Until||You will not get a driving licence until you turn 18.|
|36.||When||When is your mother coming from Canada?|
|37.||Whenever||Please share the details of your friend, whenever you get time.|
|38.||Where||Where is the bakery store?|
|39.||Where is||If Ram is with this girl, where is his wife?|
|40.||Whereas||The north has a hot climate whereas the south is cold.|
|41.||Wherever||Eat healthy meals wherever possible.|
|42.||Whether||She seemed undecided about whether to stay or go.|
|43.||Which||Which is your favourite colour?|
|44.||While||He did my task while I was away from the office.|
|45.||Who||Do you know the person who is standing near the bookstore?|
|46.||Whoever||Whoever wins will get a cash prize.|
|47.||Why||Why do people throw garbage on the streets?|
Correlative Conjunction Words
Correlative conjunctions always come in a pair, and it used to connect two elements with the same grammar.
|Sr. No.||Correlative Conjunction Words||Sentences – Conjunction Examples|
|1.||As / As||His scorecard was not as bad as I thought.|
|2.||Both / and||Both the teams and their coaches worked hard.|
|3.||Either/or||Either eat the cake right now or it will be finished.|
|4.||Hardly / when||Hardly had he reached the stop when the bus started.|
|5.||Neither / nor||Neither the children nor their parents attended the function.|
|6.||No sooner / than||No sooner had the teacher entered the classroom than the students kept quiet.|
|7.||Not only / but also||Not only should you mug up for exams but also understand the basic concepts.|
|8.||Whether / or||She was confused about whether to wear pink or yellow for her engagement.|
|9.||The More / The more||The more he flattered his boss the more incentives he got.|
|10.||So/ as||Her poetry wasn’t so boring as he had thought.|
|11.||Such / that||She is such a beautiful actress that everyone is her fan.|
|12.||Rather / than||He would rather cook at home than go out for dinner.|
Conjunctive adverbs are used to connect two sentences and It explains how the first sentence is related to the second sentence.
|Sr. No.||Conjunctive Adverbs||Sentences – Conjunction Examples|
|1.||After all||After all the efforts we put in the result was not appreciable.|
|2.||As a result||As a result of the new job, he relocated to a new city.|
|3.||Consequently||She worked hard and consequently got a good appraisal.|
|4.||Finally||They quarrelled for hours and then finally there was all silence.|
|5.||For example||Take, for example, you are the CEO of Google. How will you help the nation?|
|6.||Furthermore||She was tired and cold, and furthermore she was hungry.|
|7.||Hence||Schools are closed due to lockdown. Hence, teachers are taking online classes.|
|8.||However||He will buy that car, however, he will have to use all his savings.|
|9.||In addition||In addition, all his planning is paying off.|
|10.||In fact||She is taking advanced classes; in fact, she is an expert now.|
|11.||Indeed||A soldier’s life is indeed a difficult life.|
|12.||Instead||We cooked at home instead of going out.|
|13.||Likewise||Grateful to him, she was likewise excited to go on a tour of Europe.|
|14.||Meanwhile||He spent his time studying for Engineering and in the meanwhile, joined work at the bank.|
|15.||Incidentally||Incidentally, have you seen the new shopping mall they are putting up?|
Conjunction Words list PDF
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The above list can be used by students to learn applications of Conjunctions Words with the examples given in the PDF.