A conjunction is a word that connects other words or groups of words. 

In the sentence ‘Bob and Dan are friends’ the conjunction and connects two nouns and in the sentence ‘He will drive or fly’, the conjunction or connects two verbs.  In the sentence ‘It is early but we can go’, the conjunction but connects two groups of words.

Conjunctions are words used as joiners.

There are two types of conjunctions, but in order to use them correctly, we must first understand the role each type plays within the structure of a sentence.

Learning how to use conjunctions correctly, you can improve the quality of your written communications.

Kinds of conjunctions    

Transitional Words/phrases  

What is infinitive  

Direct and Indirect Speech/ In details

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