A word which is used to join words or phrases or sentences is called a Conjunction.
In (1) example, the conjunction joins two sentences. In (2) example, the conjunction joins two words only.
(1) Co-ordinating Conjunctions: these conjunctions join words, phrases or clauses of co-ordinate(of eqaul) rank.
Example: He is guilty as well as you.
(2) Subordinating Conjunctions: these conjunctions join a subordinate or dependent clause to a principal clause (that is to a clause of higher rank).
Principal Conjunction Subordinate
I will complete my work if you help me.
All the best for the Conjunction Quiz.
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|Ram has not phoned _____ he went to Delhi.||
|Anne is _____ hardworking nor intelligent.||
|She is _____ honest as her sister.||
|Although he is foolish _____ people like her.||
|The choice is between glorious death _____ shameful life.||
|I took the medicine _____ I might get well.||
|He is such a person _____ no one can hate him.||
|He is _____ a friend nor a foe.||
|It is not certain _____ he will come.||
|_____ my father says so, I must believe it.||