...are words that link other words, phrases and sentences together.
You can distinguish between three different types of conjunctions and
each conjunction has different linking words:
...connect two words or groups of words with the same grammatical structure.
Marc and Andrew cooked dinner together.
...connect dependent clauses with independent clauses.
I will help you whenever you need me.
...connect words, phrases and sentences with complementary relationships. They are always used in pairs.
Neither he nor she enjoys math.
for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so
although, because, before, until, whenever, if, since, once
Either/or, Both/and, Not only/but also, Rather/than, Whether/or
a) Do you prefer to eat in a resaurant at home?
b) my friend my sister can help me.
c) I want to have breakfast we can go swimming.
d) I love with him he loves someone else.
e) I was very tired I had to work late.
f) I was feeling better having a cup of coffe.
g) good the movie was I prefer going to the theater.
h) I am not very sporty I like to go running.