Let's start by defining what a conjunction is. Conjunctions are words such as "and", "but", or "although" that connect words, phrases, and clauses in a sentence. There are different types of conjunctions. Correlative conjunctions are one of these types,and they are used in pairs (two conjunctions) that work together to link equivalent elements in a sentence. Examples of correlative conjunctions include:

  • both + and
  • either + or
  • neither + nor
  • not only + but also

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This ebook has been written to help students prepare for the Key Word Transformation part of the Use of English paper (grammar) of the Cambridge English:  C1 Advanced exam.

It will give you a good understanding of the different grammatical structures commonly used in this part of the Use of English test, e.g. passive - active voice , impersonal passive, conditional sentences , inverted conditionals, inversions, set phrases, comparative-superlative, causative verbs, phrasal verbs, linking words, etc.

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