Subordinating Conjunctions
Subordinating Conjunctions Definition
A subordinating conjunction is a connecting word that introduces a dependent clause.
Examples of Subordinating Conjunctions

Some examples of subordinating conjunctions would be the following:

As the cake baked in the oven, Will mixed the frosting.

Since I started eating breakfast every day, I have had much more energy.

I am going to bed early because my flight leaves at 7:00 a.m. tomorrow.

The outdoor concert was so much fun even though it was raining.

I cannot watch the new episode until I catch up on the first season.

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