Notes On Correlative Conjunctions - Types - CBSE Class 8 English Grammar

Correlative conjunctions:

Correlative conjunctions are always used in pairs. They are similar to coordinating conjunctions because they join sentence elements that are similar in importance.
The following are some examples of coordinating conjunctions:

Both, and:
• Both encouragement and hard work broght him success in the final test.

Neither, nor:
• Neither he secured good marks in studies nor he played well.

Not only, but also:
• He not only was a good batsman but also a good bowler.

Either …or…
• Either you or your brother must attend the party.

Whether....... or....
• I don't whether to turn right or left to reach the railway station.

Such.....that.....
• He was in such a hurry that he forgot to take his passport.

Summary

Correlative conjunctions:

Correlative conjunctions are always used in pairs. They are similar to coordinating conjunctions because they join sentence elements that are similar in importance.
The following are some examples of coordinating conjunctions:

Both, and:
• Both encouragement and hard work broght him success in the final test.

Neither, nor:
• Neither he secured good marks in studies nor he played well.

Not only, but also:
• He not only was a good batsman but also a good bowler.

Either …or…
• Either you or your brother must attend the party.

Whether....... or....
• I don't whether to turn right or left to reach the railway station.

Such.....that.....
• He was in such a hurry that he forgot to take his passport.

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