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The correlative conjunctions "whether/or" express one of two choices: "My dog can’t decide whether to go out or stay in." Learn about connecting words at our blog: http://ow.ly/IXUH30fV6qG
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The correlative conjunctions "neither/nor" express negative choices: "I have neither the time nor money to buy a pet." Learn about connecting words at our blog: http://ow.ly/IXUH30fV6qG
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The correlative conjunctions "not only/but also" express addition: "She is not only an experienced ESL teacher but also a skilled AP tutor." Learn about connecting words at our blog: http://ow.ly/IXUH30fV6qG
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The correlative conjunctions "both/and" express addition: "Both Miguel and Shauna have taken the SAT before." Learn about connecting words at our blog: http://ow.ly/IXUH30fV6qG
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The correlative conjunctions "either/or" express positive choices: "Remember to bring either a pen or pencil to class." Learn about connecting words at our blog: http://ow.ly/IXUH30fV6qG
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"Correlative conjunctions" are coordinating words that must always be used in pairs: either/or, neither/nor, and so on. Learn about connecting words at our blog: http://ow.ly/IXUH30fV6qG
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The coordinating conjunction "nor" expresses the addition of a negative clause: "Ryan doesn’t eat red meat, nor does he drink alcohol." Learn about connecting words at our blog: http://ow.ly/IXUH30fV6qG
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The coordinating conjunction "for" expresses a reason: "I’m a bit behind schedule, for I was out sick yesterday." Learn about connecting words at our blog: http://ow.ly/IXUH30fV6qG
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The coordinating conjunction "yet" expresses surprise: "The room is spacious yet feels small." Learn about connecting words at our blog: http://ow.ly/IXUH30fV6qG
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The coordinating conjunction "so" expresses a result: "I worked late last night, so I’m a little tired this morning." Learn about connecting words at our blog: http://ow.ly/IXUH30fV6qG
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