conjunction

A conjunction is a part of speech that connects two words, phrases, or clauses together. In English, there are three kinds of conjunctions:

  1. coordinating conjunctions (FANBOYS),
  2. correlative conjunctions, and
  3. subordinating conjunctions.

Greek:

See GGBB p. 761 for the Greek conjunctions.


Hebrew:

Hebrew has a simple vav conjunction.  video  It also has a vav-conversive and vav-reversive.