50 Important Subordinating Conjunctions in English Grammar 1

50 Important Subordinating Conjunctions in English Grammar

Subordinating Conjunctions! In this lesson, you will learn a list of commonly used subordinating conjunctions with example sentences.

Subordinating Conjunctions

A conjunction is a word that grammatically connects two words, phrases, or clauses together. The most common examples are words like “and” and “but.”. Most conjunctions fall under the category of subordinating conjunctions.

Learn 50 subordinating conjunctions list in English grammar.

  • after
  • although
  • as
  • as if
  • as long as
  • as much as
  • as soon as
  • as though
  • because
  • before
  • even
  • even if
  • even though
  • if
  • if only
  • if when
  • if then
  • inasmuch
  • in order that
  • just as
  • lest
  • now
  • now since
  • now that
  • now when
  • once
  • provided
  • provided that
  • rather that
  • since
  • so that
  • supposing
  • than
  • that
  • though
  • till
  • unless
  • until
  • when
  • whenever
  • where
  • whereas
  • where if
  • wherever
  • whether
  • which
  • while
  • who
  • whoever
  • why

Subordinating Conjunctions Examples

Learn subordinating conjunctions examples to understand their usage.

  •  It is easy to prophesy after the event.
  • She walked home by herself, although she knew that it was dangerous.
  • The lion is not so fierce as he is painted.
  • It looks as if it’s going to rain.
  • I’ll love you as long as I live.
  • The final cost could be as much as one billion dollars.
  • As soon as we can afford it, we’ll move out to the suburbs.
  • The builder looked at me as though I was barking mad.
  • The devil knows may things because he is old.
  • We shouldn’t slight anybody even if he’s a nobody.
  • He had no plans to retire even though he is now very comfortably off.
  • He knows much who knows how to hold his tongue
  • A dog will not howl if you beat him with a bone.
  • He left early in order that he should/would/might arrive on time.
  • I obeyed her lest she should be angry.
  • The other banks are going to be very eager to help, provided that they see that he has a specific plan.
  • I tend to forget things unless I mark them down.

Subordinating Conjunctions List | Image

Subordinating Conjunctions

50 Important Subordinating Conjunctions in English Grammar 2

Subscribe
Notify of
guest
15 Comments
Oldest
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
fgdg
fgdg
6 months ago

nomimpo

Harmeet Kumar
Harmeet Kumar
3 months ago
Reply to  fgdg

What you have rite

Wows
Wows
21 days ago
Reply to  fgdg

No Idea of what you have written

Harmeet Kumar
Harmeet Kumar
3 months ago

Please send me list of prepositions

Melissa
Melissa
3 months ago

Kzlz

Bill Gates
Bill Gates
2 months ago

:/

Natalie
Natalie
1 month ago
Reply to  Bill Gates

Hi however created this list it is very helpful thank you for posting it

John Luis Tolentino
John Luis Tolentino
19 days ago
Reply to  Bill Gates

also me

Natalie
Natalie
1 month ago

Hi however created this list it is very helpful thank you for posting it

Natasha beard
Natasha beard
1 month ago

I used this in school and it was really helpful

Natasha beard
Natasha beard
1 month ago

I would rate this a 10/10,amazing!

aidan
aidan
1 month ago

so awesome

John Luis Tolentino
John Luis Tolentino
19 days ago

scientific calculator or ESL Forums has a FANBOY

John Luis Tolentino
John Luis Tolentino
19 days ago

@Natalie, me too

noor
noor
10 days ago
  1. i wrote even thank you even is my word
15
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x