ESL 133-correlativeconjunctions

ESL 133-correlativeconjunctions - Correlative Conjunctions...

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Correlative Conjunctions Both roses and irises are my favorite!
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What are correlative conjunctions? They are pairs of conjunctions that connect words or word groups. For example: Both you and I like flowers.
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Pairs of Correlative Conjunctions There are five pairs of correlative conjunctions. Both …and Either….or Neither…nor Not only….but also Whether…. .or
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Examples of Correlative Conjunctions Nouns: Both seals and walruses are protected species. Pronouns: Neither you nor I could have known. Verbs: I’ll either walk or jog to the beach. Adjectives: Her aquarium is not only new but
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