bhs inggris

• Coordination using a conjunction The conjunctions that we use for coordinating the sentences are and, but, for, nor, or, so, yet etc. Each of these conjunctions represent a different meaning and used in different situations. “And” is used to link between or combine two ideas. She became addicted to gambling — and that surprised no one who knew her “But” is used to combine two con¬trast ideas. Chika lost a fortune in the stock market, but he still seems able to live quite comfortably “For” is used to show a cause. Most of the visitors were happy just sitting around in the shade, for it had been a long, dusty journey on the train “Nor” is used to give a negative meaning. That is neither what you said nor what you meant

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