Correlative Conjunctions Video Lesson

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Correlative Conjunctions Definition

Correlative conjunctions are a grammatical part of speech in the English language which work in pairs to join words, phrases, or clauses of equal rank.

Examples of Correlative Conjunctions

In English grammar, some examples of correlative conjunctions would be the following:

Abby likes both mushrooms and peppers on her pizza.

Let’s buy either pretzels or tortilla chips.

Neither Mrs. Lee nor Mr. Brooks assigned homework for the long weekend.

She designed not only the costumes but also the stage props for the musical.

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