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Review: Correlative Conjunctions

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Grammar Bite: Correlative Conjunctions

Correlative conjunction is the grammarian’s fancy term for a pair of conjunctions that join two matching sentence parts, such as not only…but also and both…and. The trick with these conjunctions is the sentence parts they join must be structured the … Continue reading

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