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Conjunctions - Samuchyabodhak

Conjunctions are the words that join and link two or more sentences or two parts of a sentence together.

Samuchyabodhak shabd do vaakyo ko yaa vaakyo ke do bhaag ko jodataa hai

Common Conjunctions are - and, but, or, nor, for, yet, so, although, because, since, unless, when, while, where etc.
Example: He is sitting at the dining table but he is not eating. (The conjunction "but" joins two sentences (1) He is sitting at the dining table. (2) He is not eating.)

Vah khaane kee table par baiThaa hai parantu khaanaa nahee khaa rahaa hai. (Samuchhayabodhak shabd "parantu/but" do vaakyo ko joD rahaa hai -(1) vah khaane kee table par baiThaa hai. (2) vah khaanaa nahee khaa rahaa hai.)

Types of Conjunctions

There are mainly two types of Conjunctions

Coordinating Conjunction
Subordinate Conjunction

Coordinating Conjunctions

Coordinating conjunctions are used when we want to join two equal/independent parts of a sentence. These parts are similar in importance and level in our speech.

Coordinating conjunction shabd tab prayog kiye jaate haiN jab ham vaakya ke do barabar/swatantra bhaag joDanaa chaahate haiN. Ye bhaag mahatva aur darje meiN hamaaree speech meiN samaan hai.

(e.g. And , Now ,But , Still , So , Only , Therefore , For , However , Hence , Either...or... , Neither... nor... , Both... and , While , Then)

He has applied for a job therefore he has joined a coaching class.
I requested him but he did not give his pen.
Everyone has finished their lunch hence they are going to sleep.
He has either purchased a shirt or a pant.
Do not talk over mobile while you are driving.
He is hungry so he is crying.

Usane naukaree ke liye aavedan kiyaa hai isliye usane coaching class join kee hai.
Maine usase request kee parantu usane apanaa pen nahee diyaa.
Har ek ne apanaa lunch khatam kar liyaa isliye ve sone jaa rahe hai.
Usane yaa to shirt khareedee hai yaa pent.
Driving karate huay mobile par baat mat karo.
Vah bhookhaa hai isliye vah ro rahaa hai.

Subordinate Conjunctions
Subordinate/Subordinating conjunctions join subordinate clause with main clause of the sentence. Subordinate clause is a combination of words which requires main clause to complete the meaning and sentence. Subordinate Conjunctions are used to join the words or group of words which are dependent on each other.

Subordinate conjunctions upvaakya ko mukhya vaakya se joDate haiN. Upvaakya un shabdoN ka samooh hai jise vaakya ka poora arth vyakt karane ke liye mukhya vaakya kee jaroorat hotee hai. Subordinate Conjunction shabd un shabdoN yaa shabdoN ke samooh ko joDane ke liye prayukt hote haiN jo ek doosare par nirbhar haiN.

(e.g. if, before, how, once, since, till, until, when, where, whether, while, after, although, because, how, provided that, as soon as, even if,

Please complete your homework before your paapaa comes.
Please inform me as soon as he reaches.
He will go to London if he gets Visa.
He will not agree to marry her even if they offer him a big flat.
Although he studied hard, he could not qualify the exam.
Since he has crossed the age of 25 years, he could not apply for the job.

Tumhaare paapaa ke aane se pahale, apanaa homework pooraa kar lo.
Kripayaa jaise hee vah aaye, mujhe suchit kareN.
Vah London jaayegaa agar use Visaa mil jaaye.
Ve agar baDaa flat dene kaa offer kareN tab bhee Vah usase shaadee ke liye taiyaar nahee hogaa.
Yadhyapi usane kaDee paDhaai kee, par vah exam meiN pass naa ho sakaa.
Chunki vah 25 saal se baDaa ho gayaa hai, isliye vah naukaree ke liye aavedan nahee kar sakaa.

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