I read this sentence in the Cambridge touchstone student's book. *
The scenery is amazing, as is the peace and quiet.
* I want to know what the meaning of "as" is in the sentence?
In my point of view, "as" here is a pronoun and can be used interchangeably with "which". It leads a non-restrictive attributive clause.
Is that right?
After looking up the dictionary，I have another opinion about “as”， I think “as” in this sentence is conjunction，which means how something happens or is done, or to indicate that something happens or is done in the same way as something else. And "as is the peace and quiet" is an inversion sentence.