Notes On Some More Conjunctions - Usage - ICSE Class 10 English Grammar
Correlative conjunctions are used in pairs to link equivalent elements in a sentence. Correlative Conjunctions: a. Used in pairs b. Examples: both/and, either/or, neither/nor, not only/but also etc. NOTE: 1. When using correlative conjunctions, ensure verbs agree so your sentences make sense. 2. When you use a correlative conjunction, you must be sure that pronouns agree. 3. When using correlative conjunctions, be sure to keep parallel structure intact. Equal grammatical units need to be incorporated into the entire sentence. 4.  Neither…nor plays a negative role in your sentence. Be careful not to use a double negative.  EXAMPLES: 1. Both/and     He won appreciation from both teachers and Parents. 2. Either/or     Yoy can either travel by bus or train 3. Neither/nor     He is neither studies well nor plays properly. 4. Not only/but also     Radha not only scored good marks in English but also in Maths

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Correlative conjunctions are used in pairs to link equivalent elements in a sentence. Correlative Conjunctions: a. Used in pairs b. Examples: both/and, either/or, neither/nor, not only/but also etc. NOTE: 1. When using correlative conjunctions, ensure verbs agree so your sentences make sense. 2. When you use a correlative conjunction, you must be sure that pronouns agree. 3. When using correlative conjunctions, be sure to keep parallel structure intact. Equal grammatical units need to be incorporated into the entire sentence. 4.  Neither…nor plays a negative role in your sentence. Be careful not to use a double negative.  EXAMPLES: 1. Both/and     He won appreciation from both teachers and Parents. 2. Either/or     Yoy can either travel by bus or train 3. Neither/nor     He is neither studies well nor plays properly. 4. Not only/but also     Radha not only scored good marks in English but also in Maths
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