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(also called a correlative conjunction) conjunctions like and, but, however, yet, either â?¦ or, neither â?¦ nor which link words, phrases or clauses that are of equal importance, e.g. Thabo and Andre are going. You may go either to the gig or to the beach. I would like to go but do not have the time.
a line giving the name of the writer of a story or article.
a sentence with at least a subject and a predicate (or verb): Birds fly or with a subject, verb...
See mood in literature.
See cut and splice.
a verb that takes a direct object, e.g. He kicked the ball. She drove the car.