A conjunctional phrase conducts the function of the conjunction.
- Paul started to work as soon as he woke up.
- Do the work as quickly as possible.
- Lisa is not only brilliant but also very friendly.
- Jeff, as well as, Tom is coming to join the party.
- John talks as if he were the chairman of the company.
- No sooner had we seen the thief than he started to run away.
- Neither I nor my brother went to see the movie.
- Richard worked the whole night; therefore, he could not come to the meeting on time.
- The movie was not only boring but also money-wasting.
- Either Jack or Rock will come for the program.
- Be careful while climbing the hills otherwise you will fall.
- Both Sara and Nora were happy to come here.
- Bob was so busy for the last three days and was not taking rest and meals properly; as a result, he became sick.
- The chair-person is trying to solve the issue as soon as possible.
- The father is so honest but his son is unimaginably dishonest.
- We had very short time in hand and was confused whether to visit the place or not.
- Neither I nor my mom attended the program.
- The building started to catch fire and we went out as quickly as possible.
- The man is not only a famous writer but also a good human being.
- Please stay calm or leave.
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