50 Conjunction Sentences

Conjunctions are words used to join sentences, phrases or clauses. In this post, we have added the top 50 Conjunction sentences.

Coordinating Conjunctions are used to connect sentences, phrases or clauses of equal rank.

Subordinating Conjunctions are used to connect clauses which are not of equal rank.

50 Conjunction Sentences

50 Conjunction Sentences


  1. They both love and respect this great man.
  2. Both he and his brother will go.
  3. The boy, as well as the girl, is guilty.
  4. Dipali as well as her brother is honest.
  5. Men like not only wealth but also social position.
  6. Make haste, or you will be late.
  7. “Do or die”.
  8. Either she or her parents did this work.
  9. Neither he nor his father was guilty.
  10. I will not give him this pen, nor even his sister.
  11. Leave the place, otherwise, you will be caught.
  12. Try hard otherwise, you will fail.
  13. Run, else you will be late.
  14. Pinaki tried hard, but he failed.
  15. I would help you, only I am too busy.
  16. The rich are making merry, whereas the poor are dying of starvation.
  17. He worked hard, still, he failed.
  18. Everyone opposed me, nevertheless, I did not lose heart.
  19. He was very much annoyed, however, he kept quiet.
  20. India played well, yet they lost the match.
  21. Life is full of tears yet none wishes to die.
  22. He tried hard so he could win the game.
  23. I am not going out, for Rima will come now.
  24. Piyush was found guilty, therefore he was hanged.
  25. He said that he would go.
  26. He cannot go out because he is ill.
  27. As she was ill, she could not come to school.
  28. It rained so heavily that paddy could not grow.
  29. He will die if he takes poison.
  30. You will fail unless you work hard.
  31. Ask him whether he will come tomorrow.
  32. Bishal finished first though he began late.
  33. Although it was cold, the man did not light a fire.
  34. This mango is not so sweet as honey.
  35. She is as clever as I (am).
  36. She likes you as much as I (like you).
  37. He loves action no less than fiction.
  38. He is taller than my sister.
  39. I shall leave the room as soon as my father returns home.
  40. She had worked hard before she succeeded.
  41. The patient had died before the doctor came.
  42. He came after I had left the place.
  43. He returned home after he had done office work.
  44. Alisha came when I was getting ready to go out.
  45. He came when I was there.
  46. Rita came here while it was raining.
  47. Make haste while the sun shines.
  48. No one can harm us as long as (so long as) we are united.
  49. Stay as long as you like.
  50. Mini started as soon as I reached there.

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