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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #84775: Coordinating Conjunctions
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    Coordinating Conjunctions


    Coordinating conjunctions join independent clauses.

    FANBOYS is a memory tool for the coordinating conjunctions in English.

    For    reason      I went to bed early yesterday, for I was tired;

    And   addition    My sister and I went shopping last week;

    Nor   and not     I will neither drink nor dance;

    But   contrast    This room is old but comfortable;

    Or    options      Do you play the piano or the violin?

    Yet   outcome    He likes to play tennis, yet his favourite sport is football;

    So    result        I was very tired, so I went to bed early yesterday.





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    1. This old woman spoke neither Polish Russian.

    2. She tried to learn Chinese it was too difficult.

    3. Last night I was very tired I went to sleep.

    4. We have tickets for the cinema the opera.

    5. Would you like orange juice cola?

    6. This is Mary. She is very rich she isn't happy.

    7. She is good at maths, her favourite subject is history.

    8. He easily passed the exams, he studied quite thoroughly.

    9. I'm Polish my mother is Russian.

    10. Chris needed some money he borrowed some from his parents.









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