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English Spelling and Pronunciation
You are excited in the opportunity of joining.... is this correct grammar?
Asked in Crusades
Why was joining a crusade so attractive to peasants?
Asked in Jobs & Education
Should you join the navy or continue your kickback lifestyle?
Asked in Letters Notes and Memos
How do you write latter for joining new company after getting offer latter?
Asked in Continents
The collision and joining of crustal fragments to a continent?
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology
What is the joining of stem from two plants is caled?
Asked in El Salvador, Immigration
Why did Salvadoreans immigrate to the US?
Asked in Job Interviews, Job Applications, Job Training and Career Qualifications, Cruises and Ocean Liners
Why are you interested in joining our company?
Asked in Science, Business & Finance, Job Interviews
How do you feel you could make a positive contribution by joining the team?
What does conjunction mean?
Conjunction is the process of joining, combining, or bringing together; or a combined form created by that process. The word itself means "a joining." In astronomy, it means objects apparently coming closer together in the sky. In grammar, a conjunction is a part of speech that joins two words with the same function, or that connects clauses in a sentence.