||Annemonika de Agualimpia
and, also, too, moreover, in addition (to), furthermore, as well as, not only ... but also
but, however, while, whereas, on the other hand, yet, on the contrary
or, either ... or, instead of, whether (… or not)
because (of), as, since, due to, owing to
so, as a result, consequently, in consequence, therefore, thus, that is why
if, unless (= if ... not), provided
although, (even) though, in spite of, despite, nevertheless
to, in order to, so as to, so that
as, as ... as, like, (comparative) ... than
like, such as, For example, e.g., for instance
when, while/as (simultaneousness), since (from a point in the past to the present), until, not ... yet
first(ly), second(ly), finally, at last, eventually, then, after, before, subsequently
here, there, where
who, that, whose (property)
14. THINGS, IDEAS
15. (TO INTRODUCE SUBORDINATE CLAUSES)
that , e.g. The R & D manager objected that it was impossible.
16. (TO INTRODUCE AN INDIRECT QUESTION)
that is; in other words
in summary; to sum up; in short
1. A connector can have different meanings.
Example: He has been working on his thesis since last year.
Since he has been working hard, he will finish soon.
2. Connectors may be similar in meaning but may be followed by different sentence structures.
Example: They succeeded because they were trained.
They succeeded because of their training.
Find the exact meaning of each connector in an English – Spanish dictionary.
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