Subordinating Conjunctions

English has become a lingua franca in most of the countries. To improve your English you’ll need to improve the four core skills of English reading, writing, speaking, and listening. You might have used simple sentences till now however, simple sentences will never help you to improve these four core English. Using complex sentences while speaking and writing is only the solution to progress in the English language.

So, how do you make complex sentences to lift your English skills?
Complex sentences often contain two clauses dependent and independent which are combined together with an essential ingredient called subordinating conjunctions.
Here is the list of some subordinating conjunctions:

The two main objectives of using subordinating conjunctions are:
Firstly, subordinating conjunctions provides a necessary transition between the two sentences. Those transitions will help you to indicate a time, place, or cause and effect in relationships.

Although it was very hot, Jonny was wearing a coat.
Jonny was wearing a coat although it was very hot.

Subordinating conjunctions usually comes at the beginning of the dependent clause (every so often followed by a comma) or after it (every so often without the comma) like in the above examples.