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A conjunction is a part of speech that is used to connect words, phrases, phrases, or sentences. Conjunctions are regarded as unmeasurable grammatical particles, and can stand or stand between objects they combine.
There are a few important rules for using conjunctions. Remember them and you will find that your writing goes better:
Conjunctions that connect thoughts, actions, ideas and nouns, paragraphs, and other parts of speech. Example: Mary went to the store to buy oranges.
Links help to list. Example: We make pancakes, eggs and coffee for breakfast.
When using conjunctions, make sure that all parts of your sentence are in harmony.
Example: “I work busy but I realize” does not agree. “I work busy and yet carefully” shows agreement.