CONJUNCTIONS

Conjunctions are used to link or connect words and/or sentences

COPULATIVE CONJUCTION

They are those that connect or connect something already mentioned.

DISJUNCTIVE CONJUNCTION

They indicate choice, separate or differentiate two terms.

CONDITIONAL CONJUNCTION

They are those that indicate condition for the realization of something

CONCESSIVE CONJUNCTION

They are used to signal an objection or repair to the above.

CONCLUSIVE CONJUNCTION

These connectors reflect the consequence of what is said in the text.

CONTINUOUS CONJUNCTION

They are used to give continuity to the idea that is being expressed

ADVERSATIVE CONJUNCTION

They add a negation to the above-mentioned phrase, a phrase opposed to the other

 CAUSAL CONJUNCTION

They introduce causes at the level of the text when one sentence fulfills the function of being the cause of another.

COMPARATIVE CONJUCTION

They are used when one or more sentences express degrees of comparison by similarity or difference.

FUNCTIONAL CONJUNCTION

We use the functional connectors to express an end, purpose or purpose

NOTE

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