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Correlate Conjunctions are always used in pairs.
They show the relationship between the ideas expressed in different parts of a sentence.
Both...and Both Susan and her sister are in the forest now
Not only...but also He not only smokes but also drinks every day
Rather...than He is very honest.He would rather starve than steal
Either...or Either you or she must wash the window in the kitchen
Whether...or When I heard about it I didn't know whether to laugh or cry
Neither...nor Neither Eva nor Silvia go on holiday this year
Such...that They are such nice people that we can visit them next week
As...as She comes to visit her grandparents as often as she can
Not...but Not Ela but her sister is owner of the big flat
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