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23 Pertanyaan Tentang Correlative Conjunction Beserta Jawaban

Soal (Essay) Materi Correlative Conjunction

9. What are the 5 correlative conjunctions?

Correlative conjunctions work in pairs to join words, phrases, or clauses. The correlative conjunctions are either...or, neither... nor, both...and, not only...but also, whether...or.

10. What is correlative conjunction example?

Correlative conjunctions include pairs such as “both/and,” “either/or,” “neither/nor,” “not/but” and “not only/but also.” For example: either/or - I want either the cheesecake or the chocolate cake. both/and - We'll have both the cheesecake and the chocolate cake.

11. Which sentence uses correlative conjunctions correctly?

Example sentences containing correlative conjunctions:
We can go to either Greece or Spain for our holiday. It's my final offer – you can either take it or leave it.

12. What is the function of correlative conjunction?

Correlative conjunctions, or paired conjunctions, are sets of conjunctions that are always used together. Like coordinating conjunctions, they join words, phrases, or independent clauses of similar or equal importance and structure. Unlike coordinating conjunctions, they can only join two elements together, no more.

13. Tuliskan contoh kalimat correlative conjunction menggunakan kata hubung Both … and … (baik … maupun)!

Contoh: She loves both reading and writing. (Dia suka membaca maupun menulis)

14. Tuliskan contoh kalimat correlative conjunction menggunakan kata hubung Whether … or …

Contoh: I am confused whether to live in Lampung or to live in Bandung. (Saya bingung apakah tinggal di Jakarta atau tinggal di Bandung)

15. Are correlative conjunctions used in compound sentences?

One other common pair of correlative conjunctions is both… and, but you can't use them to make compound sentences.

16. How do you teach correlative conjunctions?

Teach students that correlative conjunctions should only join words and phrases of equal weight. In other words, the words or phrases that follow the correlative conjunctions should have similar grammatical structures.