Coordinating Conjunctions

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Conjunctions can be divided into two broad classes - coordinating and subordinating.

Coordinating conjunctions join pairs of clauses that are grammatically independent of each other.
Examples are: and, but, for, or, yet, so, nor, also, either--or, neither--nor etc.

Words for repeated ideas can often be left out in the second of two coordinate clauses.

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Using coordinating conjunctions
The conjunctions and, or and but New!
The conjunction nor
The conjunction yet
Common errors with conjunctions New!

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Mistakes with verbs | Exercise 1
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