Lesson 11 Conjunct

Conjunctions(Connectors) Part-1
Conjunction is a word (sometimes group of words too)
which is used to join two words or sentences

AND
Mohan and Ravi went to the library.
He came in and I went out.

BUT
I rang you up yesterday but you were not at home.

IF
If you go to market please bring apples for me.
.
BEFORE
Mohan had gone for a walk before I got up.

WHEN
We shall go to watch a movie when he comes back from college.

WHILE
She was studying while her brother was playing.

Whereas
He is a politician whereas his brother is a poet.

IN CASE/PROVIDED THAT (in the condition that, only if)
She will prepare tea in case you bring sugar.
He will help you to get this license provided (that) you give him Rs.50,000/-

THEREFORE/SO
John had missed his bus so he got late.
He had fever therefore he didn’t go to office yesterday.

BECAUSE
You will succeed because you are working hard.

AS (because, in the same way, like)
Let’s go to bed as it is 11.30 PM.
We can’t employ him as he is lazy.
I want to succeed in life as my father did.
Now write on the paper as I say.

OTHERWISE/ELSE/OR
Do not make a noise otherwise I’ll punish you.
Work hard else you will not get good marks.
Call him or he will be angry.

CONSEQUENTLY (as a result)
He did not work hard consequently he failed.

UNTILL/TILL (time)
Wait here till I come back.
Do not switch on the T.V. untill I complete my homework.

UNLESS (condition)
He will not lend you money unless you sign on this agreement.

ALTHOUGH/THOUGH (regardless of the fact that)
She didn’t call me although I was at home.
He doesn’t help anybody though he is rich.

Conjunctions(Connectors) Part-2
Conjunction is a word (sometimes group of words too) which is used to join two words or sentences

SINCE : Sejak, Karena
We were unable to go since it was raining.
I have not met him since he left this colony.

YET/HOWEVER/NEVERTHENESS/STILL
He is rich yet he doesn’t help others.
She was ill however she attended the class.
He is here nevertheness I can’t talk to him.

THAT
This is the book that he bought yesterday.
I am happy that you are going abroad.

THAN
He is taller than his friend.
Sohan was wiser than his grandfather.

AFTER
We shall go there after you come.
He reached the bus stop after the bus had left.

SUPPOSING
Supposing he comes how will you talk?
Supposing they are dismissed what will they do?

ONLY
You may sit here, only keep silence.

AS WELL AS
He as well as his brother is a doctor.
Rita as well as her mother went there.

SO THAT/SO/IN ORDER THAT
He is working hard so that he may pass.
He save money so he could buy a good mobile.
AS SOON AS
As soon as rain started we came in.

AS FAR AS
As far as I know he is a very wise person.

AS MUCH AS
I love you as much as I love her.
Our parents do for us as much as they can.

AS LONG AS
You need not worry about anything as long as I am here.
The children didn’t make a noise as long as he was in the room.

IN ORDER TO (for the purpose of, due to)
The people rushed there in order to help the victims.
We must improve our English in order to get good jobs.

NO LESS THAN
I no less than you was busy on Sunday.
Anil Ambani no less than Mukesh Ambani is to blame for present problem in Reliance Industries.

EVEN IF
India cannot win this match even if Sachin Tendulkar scores a century.

WHAT
We don’t know what he wants.
This is exactly what I expected.

WHERE
We are going to Agra where we shall see Taj Mahal and Fateh Pur Sikri.

WHOM
This is the boy whom I know very well.
The man whom you met in the morning is a scientist.

WHOSE
That is the boy whose father is an MLA.

WHICH
He asked me which bike I would buy.
I don’t know which house he bought last week.
WHEREVER
I shall accompany you wherever you go.

WHENEVER
Whenever you go to market please inform me.

WHOEVER
Whoever makes a noise will be punished.

WHATEVER
You can buy whatever you want.

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