What is a coordinating conjunction?
The purpose of the coordinating conjunction words is to combine two different nouns, two independent clauses, two different adjectives, and verbs. A sentence can have one or more coordinating conjunctions.
There are only seven basic and main coordinating conjunctions in English Grammar, and they are- “for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so”, respectively.
Examples of Coordinating Conjunction in sentences
- Michael is not ready for the surgery.
- You have to pay for this loss.
- You are correct, but I am finding a unique answer to my question.
- She has no idea, but she wants to purchase something.
- We are freshers, but we can work on this.
- Eating and talking at the same time is a bad manner.
- Whether you select Ram or Shyam, both are good archers.
- Ava and Emily, both sisters, like dancing.
- I am writing a letter, and my brother is writing a homework.
- The client and the dealer met in the lift, unfortunately.
- He is neither good nor bad at swimming.
- Neither I want a coffee nor a breakfast after 10 o’clock.
- David is very clever, but he behaves like a child.
- Maybe she is singing or shouting.
- He is frustrated with his, yet he is using that one.
- I am confused about selecting the shoes and sneakers for running.
- Today is the last date of submission, yet his assignments are incomplete.
- Henry is very clever in Maths, so he selected Commerce stream after 10th.
- Scientists are trying to crack the theory so they can make some inventions.
- She completes all her works so that she can watch the TV.