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I'm translating an article about the way students misuse certain connectors in their discourse. It often talks about nexos, which I though could be linkers in English, and then it mentions 'nexos coordinantes' for which I haven't been able to find an equivalent. Is anyone familiar with this term? Many thanks for any help.
The phrase goes:
Los ejemplos (4) y (5) muestran la coordinación múltiple que permiten algunos ***nexos coordinantes***, como la locución tanto…como; y las disyuntivas o, o bien
Explanation: That assumption, at its lowest terms, is that there is a coordinating nexus of some sort between the different parts and processes of social order and ...
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