Correlative Conjunctions
Correlative conjunctions correlate, working in pairs to join phrases or words that carry equal importance within a sentence. 

Examples:
In the following examples, the correlative conjunctions have been underlined for easy identification.
Niharika is both intelligent and  pretty.
John will either go for a walk or stay home and take care of his pet dog.
Mary is neither rich nor famous.
She is not only studies well, but also plays nicely.
Would you rather go shopping or spend the day at the beach

Summary

Correlative conjunctions correlate, working in pairs to join phrases or words that carry equal importance within a sentence. 

Examples:
In the following examples, the correlative conjunctions have been underlined for easy identification.
Niharika is both intelligent and  pretty.
John will either go for a walk or stay home and take care of his pet dog.
Mary is neither rich nor famous.
She is not only studies well, but also plays nicely.
Would you rather go shopping or spend the day at the beach
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