Coordinating Conjunctions Worksheet For Class 6 CBSE

Combine the following sentences with appropriate coordinating conjunctions. A coordinating conjunction connects two independent clauses. Common coordinating conjunctions are: for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so (Remember: FANBOYS)

Coordinating conjunctions worksheet

1. She won the lottery. She was happy.

2. A lot of publishers rejected her stories. She kept trying.

3. We decided to eat something. We were hungry.

4. It was cold outside. I put on a coat.

5. She reached for the phone. She dialled a number.

6. She worked really hard. She failed the test.

7. I really liked the shirt. I bought it.

8. He took out his pen. He started writing.

9. We were hungry. We had not eaten anything since morning.

10. It was raining. We cancelled the picnic.

11. She has a nice job. She earns well.

12. You can stay here. You can leave.

13. The house was not very big or beautiful. I decided to buy it.

14. She does not like me. I like her.

Solution

1. She won the lottery so she was happy.

2. A lot of publishers rejected her stories but she kept trying.

3. We decided to eat something for we were hungry.

4. It was cold outside so I put on a coat.

5. She reached for the phone and dialled a number.

6. She worked really hard but / yet she failed the test.

7. I really liked the shirt and bought it.

8. He took out his pen and started writing. (When we connect two clauses with ‘and’, the subject is usually omitted in the second clause.)

9. We were hungry for we had not eaten anything since morning.

10. It was raining so we cancelled the picnic.

11. She has a nice job and she earns well.

12. You can stay here or you can leave.

13. The house was not very big or beautiful yet I decided to buy it. (But is also possible here)

14. She does not like me but I like her.

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