Listen, Speak and Learn Conjunctions, despite the fact that, 1
Published at : 23 Dec 2020
A subordinating conjunction is a connecting word or phrase (called a conjunction) that introduces a dependent clause, joining it to a main clause. Subordinating conjunctions (also known as subordinators, subordinate conjunctions, or complementizers) go with dependent clauses that are used to redefine or modify the main point of the sentence.
Most subordinating conjunctions are single words (such as because, before, and when). However, some subordinating conjunctions consist of more than one word (such as even though, as long as, and except that).