English Grammar Lessons
Correlative Conjunctions - Glossary of Terms
Correlative conjunctions are used in pairs to link equivalent elements in
a sentence. The most common ones are: either...or /
neither...nor / not only...but also / so...as.
Examples (correlative conjunctions in bold):
I am not
only removing your gun, but also your permit.
It was neither
clever nor funny.
go home or shut up.
[show me the correlative conjunction]
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