What is a Correlative Conjunction?
A Correlative Conjunction is the conjunction that works in pairs.
Some examples of Correlative Conjunction:
Not only… but also.
They are used to join words, phrases or clauses of equal importance.
Correlative Conjunction Examples:
You can either stay in a hostel or come with us.
We can neither go for the cricket match today nor can we visit John’s mother.
Not only shall I meet you, but also accompany you to consult the doctor.
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