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In English, there are words that connect two sentences. Conjunctions are usually used in the middle of a sentence, followed by a comma. In this article, we try to explain the letters that connect two sentences in English with an example.

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One of the most important uses of conjunctions in English is to integrate sentences and make sentences with more complex structures and to show a higher level of English. It goes without saying that the increase in fluency in speech and the achievement of an excellent score in the IELTS International Test are due to the use of this important grammar in English.

Conjunctions indicate “Contrast”

These conjunctions are used to indicate contrast in English. For example, it is a contradiction that you are hungry and do not want to eat. When we want to say in English that we are hungry but I do not want to eat, we must use these letters.

In these cases, you should use the conjunctions Although, even though, though. These words, meaning “although” or “despite”, are all used to denote contradiction. Note that when using these words, you must use the full sentence. A complete sentence is a sentence that has a subject and a verb. To use these conjunctions, you must first learn how to structure and sentence them. Consider the following examples.

We have two independent and conceptually contradictory and paradoxical sentences, and then we harmonize them with these words.

I didn’t like the garden.

The garden was beautiful.

Now we connect these two sentences with the above conjunctions.

Although / even though the garden was beautiful, I didn’t like it.

I didn’t like the garden; it was beautiful though.

Use In spite of the fact that / Despite the fact that

Note that if you are looking for a replacement for the above three words, you can use two structures In spite of the fact that / despite the fact that. The use of these two structures is more beautiful and naturally has a more formal structure. After these two structures, you will definitely need to use the complete sentence, ie the subject and the verb.

Consider the following example:

In spite of the fact that / despite the fact that the garden was beautiful, I didn’t like it.

Despite and In spite of

The two modes In spite of and Despite are also used to display the paradox in English. Note that you should never use a complete sentence after these two structures, because after these two structures you need a noun phrase.

In spite of / despite of beautiful garden, I didn’t like it.

Translation of the above sentence: “Despite the beautiful garden, but I did not like it.” is.

Conjunctions represent Reason

The words because, since, because of, and due to are used in English to relate cause and effect sentences. These conjunctions and their use in English are structured as follows.

Because / since + sentence

Due to / because of + noun

Consider the following examples:

Cause sentence:

The movie was interesting.

Disabled sentence:

I did not go to sleep.

Now we connect these two sentences with the corresponding letters.

I did not go to sleep because / since the movie was interesting.

Because of / due to interesting movie, I didn’t go to sleep.

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