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Correlative Conjunctions

Correlative conjunctions are sets of paired conjunctions that are always used together in a sentence. For example either…or…, both…and…, etc. They join two words or phrases, and even clauses. Look at these examples:
Pamela was so strong that she could carry all her shopping home by herself.
We were in two minds: whether to eat at home or go to a restaurant.

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