A B S T R A C T Conjunction is a word used to connect words, phrases and clauses. Conjunction shows the relationship between sentence elements that they connect. This study is an attempt to describe and analyze the conjunction in the novel “Pride and Prejudice” written by Jane Austen. The writer analyzed and classified these conjunctions according to their types and functions which the data have been taken from the novel. This investigation has been done through bibliography research and it used the concept of Aarts and Aarts. The results showed that there are three kinds of conjunction in the novel “Pride and Prejudice”, they are coordinating conjunctions, subordinating conjunctions and correlative conjunctions. The coordinating conjunction can link two words ‘they are silly and ignorant like other girls', two phrases ‘her ease and good spirits increased' and two clauses ‘jumping after stiles and springing over puddles'. The subordinating conjunction can link a clause with another clause or other constituents in a sentence ‘I had hope that our sentiments coincided', and the correlative conjunction are coordinating words that work in pairs to join words ‘neither Jane nor Elizabeth', phrases ‘can tell us whether it is like or not' and clauses ‘she was perfect either making some inquiry, or looking at his page', or whole sentence. It is expected that this study can be continued by students of English Department and those who are interest in learning one of the aspects of English, in this case conjunction.