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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #90693: Conjunctions: AND and BUT
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    Conjunctions: AND and BUT

    The conjunctions and and but can be used to join two statements.

    And: shows addition and is used when the statements are similar.

    I called Jan and we talked for an hour.

    But: is used to connect statements that express opposite ideas.

    I also called Steve, but he wasn't home.

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    1. Ann likes to dance Bill likes to dance,too.

    2. The TV is on, we're not watching it.

    3. She bought a new dress, he bought a new suit.

    4. They asked for coffee, they didn't get any.

    5. I ate chicken for lunch, I had it for dinner,too.

    6. It was cloudy and cold, it didn't snow.

    7. Lee can speak Spanish her sister can speak French.

    8. Jan got a letter from a friend, so did her sister.

    9. Tom likes music, he can't dance.

    10. Dan wrote a check, he didn't sign it.

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