50. Conjunctive adverbs (adverbial conjunctions) act as both adverbs and conjunctions. Often we use a semicolon in front of a conjunctive adverb and a comma after it. Examples:_____________
_____________: introduces prepositional phrases.
3 True/False Questions
either...or, neither...nor, not only...but also, both...and. → The coordinate conjunctions are
after, although, as, because, before, for, if, provided, since, so, than, that, then, unless, until, when, where, while, as soon as, in order that, provided that, as if, in as much as, so that → LIST THE SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTIONS_____________
CONJUNCTION → _____________ A word that functions as a connector between words, phrases, and clauses. There are coordinate, correlative, adverbial, and subordinate conjunctions.