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Conjunctions and Prepositions.


Some words serve either as conjunctions or prepositions. When they join two sentences they are conjunctions. When they govern nouns or pronouns they are prepositions.

Some Examples.

You must go before your brother. [Preposition.]

You must go before your brother comes. [Conjunction.]

The letter is for you. [Preposition.]

I give you this letter, for it is yours. [Conjunction.]

You shall hear from me after Christmas. [Preposition.]

I will write after I reach Multan. [Conjunction.]

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