Definition of Coordinating Conjunction:
A conjunction which makes a connection between two parallel words, two parallel phrases, or independent clauses is called a coordinating conjunction. The coordinating conjunctions are and, but, or, as well as, for, so, yet, etc.
Examples of Coordinating Conjunction:
- Alex stood first and got a prize.
- Robin and Russel went the beach.
- Sleep now or you will miss the class tomorrow.
- Robin did not try hard so he did not succeed.
- He is sad but not broken.
- Rita, as well as Shaun, came here yesterday.
- Shaun played well still he lost.
- Play up to your potential otherwise, you will be left out of the team.
- Watson and Warner are in good form.
- Alex is in good form but Robin is not.
- Life is full of troubles yet none wants to die.
- She and I broke up at least a year ago.
- Sean, as well as Nikita, will go with us.
- She is quick and she reads clearly.
- She is clever but her boyfriend is cleverer.
- I went to bed for I was feeling exhausted.
- I was sleeping and you made a lot of noises.
- I told you but you did not listen.
- You must listen to me or you must leave.
- I will not say anything otherwise you might misunderstand me.