This chapter discusses the co-ordinating and subordinating conjunctions employed in Manx. The principal co-ordinating conjunctions in Manx are as (and), agh (but) and ny (or). Some of the ‘subordinating conjunctions’ most commonly encountered in Manx are the following: chamoo (neither = and not); choud, choud's (choud as) (while, whilst); and derrey (until). Conditional clauses and conjunctions used with dy or nagh are also described.
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