English Grammar. A conjunction may be used to indicate the relationship between the ideas expressed in a clause and the ideas expressed in the rest of a sentence.
The conjunctions in the following examples are printed in bold type. e.g. We could go to the library, or we could go to the park. He neither finished his homework nor studied for the test. I went out because the sun was shining. Put out a tender = put out to tender ? No sooner...than vs. Hardly...when. Hello!
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