Tom is driving the helicopter and john is jumping out of the helicopter.
The use of a Coordinating conjunction is a word or phrase used to connect other words or phrases that have the same grammatical function.
noun + and + noun
verb + and + verb
adjective + and + adjective
1. She is going to school and the library.
2. She is running and swimming.
3. Tom is both sad and unhappy.
adjective + but + adjective
The exercise is great but exhausting.
verb + nor + verb
H doesn't want to read, nor does he want to study.
*note - nor is not commonly used in American speech.
infinitive + or + infinitive
Tom wants to run or to lift weights for exercise.
Paired conjunctions have two conjunctions within the same sentence, connecting two ideas.
She likes reading and writing, but not speaking.
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
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