Definition of Conjunction:
A conjunction is a word for joining (1) one word to another word, (2) one word to a clause, (3) one clause to another clause, and (4) one phrase to another phrase.
Examples of Conjunction as a Part of Speech:
- Sam and John came to me yesterday for planning a trip.
- We had a meeting and then left for the trip.
- When we were arguing about the place we wanted to go, our plan was revealed to my wife.
- We did not want her to know because we felt that she would not feel good about it.
- She always wants to travel with us but we were planning a bachelor party.
- A bachelor trip is an amazing experience if you can manage the cost of it.
- The cost of bachelor trips is not always about money but every other aspect of life.
- However, I proposed that we go to Italy but Sam insisted that we go to Spain.
- We had a fierce argument about it and finally, we decided to go to Greece.
- Greece was the choice of John and we could not argue anymore.
- I was excited about Greece because I was interested in Greek mythology and literature.
- Though Sam whined for an hour or two, eventually he became so excited about the trip that he could not wait anymore.
- It was tough for me to manage my wife but I was successful.
- Sam, John, and I bought three luxury tickets to Greece.
- We left home early and waited at the airport for a while.
- Suddenly Sam shouted and said that he forgot to bring his passport.
- We were furious and could not even believe that he could be so careless.
- We had only 15 minutes but it would take at least 30 minutes to return home and come back to the airport.
- If someone could bring the passport from Sam’s home, we might still have a chance to catch the flight.
- But there was no one in his home and we had no other option but to miss the flight.
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