Definition of Subordinating Conjunction:
A conjunction which adds an independent clause with a dependent clause is called a subordinating conjunction.
Examples of Subordinating Conjunction:
- My father believes that I should be a writer.
- He inspires me always because he believes in me.
- He works so hard that he can provide everything we need.
- I trust him because he is a trustworthy person.
- My life will be blessed if I fulfill his dreams.
- He will always support me whether I succeed or not.
- I started writing when I was eight.
- Everyone asked me how I wrote such stories at that age.
- I did not understand why people used give compliments to me.
- I did not feel good about it as I was always an introvert.
- I did not have so many friends until I was admitted to college.
- I used to sit alone and think about many things while others played on the ground.
- I did not even talk to them lest they should insult me.
- Though I tried to be free with them, they did not seem to like me.
- No one could tell me where I could get some peanuts.
- Alex and Sean became my best friends after I had admitted to college.
- They came to talk to me as soon as I entered the classroom.
- It was a long time since someone had come to talk with me on their own.
- They were older than I.
- They were so cordial that I could not but be easy with them.
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