What type of conjunction is used in the following sentence?

I would prefer to have both sausage and bacon in my omelet, please.





Would this be coordinating?

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  1. Yes, coordinating.

    One of the FANBOYS!

  2. Well, it's coordinating "and" as well as correlative -- both...and...


  3. Thank you!!

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  4. You're welcome. I hope that wasn't confusing!! Be sure you go with "correlative."

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