Grammar and Composition
posted by y912f on .
ok so i've asked this one before:
capitalize the conjunctions-
Both you and I will come to a decision
Both you AND I will come to a decision
so 'and' is the conjunction.
and ms.sue said that was correct.
but i just noticed that my sheet has two blanks for this question . that means there must be two conjunctions.
i can't figure out the other!!
I missed it too.
never mind..i think i got it:
It is a correlative conjunction. that means they occur in pairs.
so in this sentence: Both you and I will come to a decision, i think the two conjunctions are
BOTH you AND I will come to a decision
am i correct?
I wasn't absolutely positive about both, so I looked it up to make sure that both can be used as a conjunction.
ok. now i'm positive
thanks ms. sue :)
You're welcome. :-)