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CONJUNCTION




Divisions of Grammar Definitions - Etymology.

A conjunction joins words, clauses and sentences; as "John and
James." "My father and mother have come, but I have not seen them."

The conjunctions in most general use are and, also; either, or; neither,
nor; though, yet; but, however; for, that; because, since; therefore,
wherefore, then; if, unless, lest.





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