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2014-11-03T10:36:04+08:00
A paired conjunction (such as not only . . . but also) that links balanced words, phrases, and clauses.The elements connected by correlative conjunctions are usually parallel--that is, similar in length and grammatical form. Each element is called a conjoin.These are the primary correlative conjunctions in English:
both . . . and
either . . . or
neither . . . nor
not . . . but
not only . . . but also

Other pairs that sometimes have a coordinating function include the following:
as . . . as
just as . . . so
the more . . . the less
the more . . . the more
no sooner . . . than
so . . . as
whether . . . or
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