Conjunctions join related words, phrases, or clauses. A conjunction can be a word (and, because, but, or, etc) or a phrase (as though, as well as, in order that, so that). There are three groups of conjunction:

Coordinating conjunctions join words, phrases, and clauses.
Subordinating conjunctions join only clauses.

Correlative conjunctions are paired conjunctions.

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