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Conjunctions are either coördinating or subordinating. The coördinating conjunctions with their several varieties are given in 2163. The subordinating conjunctions are

Causal: ὅτι, διότι, διόπερ, ἐπεί, ἐπειδή, ὅτε, ὁπότε, ὡς ( cross2240).

Comparative: ὡς, ὥσπερ, καθάπερ, ὅπως, ᾗ, ὅπῃ, ᾗπερ ( cross2463; cp. cross2481).

Concessive: καὶ εἰ (κει'), καὶ ἐό_ν (κἄ_ν), εἰ καί, ἐὰ_ν καί ( cross2369).

Conditional: εἰ, ἐά_ν, ἤν, ἄ_ν ( cross2283).

Consecutive: ὥστε, ὡς ( cross2250).

Declarative: ὅτι, διότι, οὕνεκα, ὁθούνεκα, ὡς ( cross2578).

Final: ἵνα, ὅπως, ὡς, μή, etc. ( cross2193; cp. cross2209, cross2221).

Local: οὗ, ὅπου, οἷ, ὅποι, ἔνθα, ὅθεν, ὁπόθεν, ᾗ, ὅπῃ, etc ( cross2498).

Temporal: ὅτε, ὁπότε, ἡνίκα, ἐπεί, ἐπειδή, ὡς, μέχρι, ἔστε, ἕως, πρίν, etc ( cross2383).

Some conjunctions belong to more than one class.

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