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Thread: conjuctıon

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    ı want know the difference between coordinatıng and subordınatıve conjuctıons ıf you can explaın sımple word ı wııl be glad .what ı have t know about them for passıng exam???

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    Re: conjuctıon

    With a co-ordinating conjunction, the things that are linked are of equal importance grammtically. (for, and, nor, but, or, yet, and so)
    Subordinating conjunctions introduce a dependent clause- something that isn't complete on its own. (after, although, if, unless, and because are exapmles)- 'Becuase it was raining' doesn't sound complete on its own but if you have 'I stayed in because it was raining', it makes sense.


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