Examples of Correlative Conjunction

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Definition of Correlative Conjunction:

conjunction which demonstrates a comparison or contrast between two words, phrases, or clauses is called a correlative conjunction.

Examples of Correlative Conjunction:

  • Both Sam and Shaun went to college.
  • Neither Sam nor Shaun knows that I will leave today.
  • Not only Sam but also Shaun will miss me.
  • No sooner had I left the home than they came.
  • Hardly had they missed to say goodbye to me when I left.
  • Both I and my wife were worried about how they would react.
  • Both of them are both rational and emotional.
  • They would come to see me off whether they had classes or not.
  • They not only love me but also respect me.
  • I treat them with both love and care.
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