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Subordinating conjunctions

A subordinating conjunction is a word that introduces an adverb clause.  Here are some subordinating conjunctions:

 

after
although
as
as soon as
because
before
by the time
even if
even though
every time
if
in case
in the event that
just in case
now that


 

once
only if
since
since
the first time
though
unless
until
when 
whenever
whereas
whether or not
while
while

 

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