As a passionate comma lover, I enjoy using them whenever possible. Like many people, I sprinkle them here and there, hoping that they work. There is a rhyme and reason to these black-tailed little rhetoric friends of ours. Check out this list below to help clarify some things for those of you who may have forgotten--or as a gentle reminder.
What are subordinating conjunctions?
A subordinating conjunction is a word that introduces an adverb clause. Here are some subordinating conjunctions:
once, only if, since, the first time, though, unless, until, when, whenever, whereas, whether or not, while, after, although, as, as soon as, because, before, by the time, even if, even though, every time, if, in case, in the event that, just in case, and now that.