Tom is driving the helicopter and john is jumping out of the helicopter.
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Coordinating Conjunction:

The use of a Coordinating conjunction is a word or phrase used to connect other words or phrases that have the same grammatical function.

Definition:

and

Sentence Structure:

noun + and + noun

verb + and + verb

adjective + and + adjective

Example:

1. She is going to school and the library.

2. She is running and swimming.

3. Tom is both sad and unhappy.

but

adjective + but + adjective

The exercise is great but exhausting.
nor verb + nor + verb

H doesn't want to read, nor does he want to study.

*note - nor is not commonly used in American speech.

or infinitive + or + infinitive Tom wants to run or to lift weights for exercise.


Paired conjunctions

Definition:

Paired conjunctions have two conjunctions within the same sentence, connecting two ideas.

Example:

She likes reading and writing, but not speaking.



Exercise
Please choose the correct coordinating conjunction. There are 5 questions where both answer choices are correct. There are 5 questions where only 1 answer choice is correct. Please choose the correct answer below. The first sentence has been completed for you. English Logic will put a checkmark ) next to your correct answers.
1.
He likes to run exercise.
2.
My mom drives slow carefully.
3.
I don't like school, do I like sports.
4.
She likes to read write.
5.
I like john jack.
6.
I went to Oregon California.
7.
I saw the Batman Indiana Jones movie at the same time.
8.
She likes books music.
9.
She has a cell phone a laptop.
10.
Eric bought a watch a pair of shoes.


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