Correlative Conjunctions and Example Sentences in English;
|Both … and
||Michael can both read and write.
|Not only … but also
||Not only Mary but also Gabriel is from Italy.
|Either … or
||I can have either cola or tea.
|So … as
||Her story isn’t so boring as theirs.
|No sooner … than
||We had no sooner gone to bed than the phone rang.
|The more … the more
||The more you can dream, the more you can do.
|So … that
||My mother speaks so quickly that nobody understands what she says.
|Hardly … when
||I had hardly closed my eyes when she came.
|Such … that
||He is such a smart boy that he passes his math exams successfully.
|Neither … nor
||Neither George nor his brother is very tall.
|Whether … or
||He must do it, whether he likes it or not.
|As … as
||He’s not singing as loudly as he can.
|Rather … than
||I would rather go out than stay at home today.
|Scarcely … when
||Scarcely had I gone to bed when the doorbell rang.