Conjunctions are words that join words, phrases and sentences.
and, because, but, or, so, therefore, although, if
- Gary likes nasi lemak. Bala likes nasi lemak.
Gary and Bala like nasi lemak.
- The baby can stand. The baby can crawl.
The baby can stand and crawl.
- Lim wants to play football. Halim wants to play hockey.
Lim wants to play football but Halim wants to play hockey.
- Fariza wants to help her brother. Fariza is sick.
Fariza wants to help her brother but she is sick.
- She was hungry. She cooked some food.
She was hungry so she cooked some food.
- They were tired. They rested for an hour.
They were tired so they rested for an hour.
- They came to the class. It was raining.
They came to the class, although it was raining.
- We must finish our work. We are very sleepy.
Although we are very sleepy, we must finish our work.
- Saras can help you. She has the book.
Saras can help you if she has the book.
- You will not get wet. You have an umbrella.
You will not get wet if you have an umbrella.
- The baby is crying. The baby is hungry.
The baby is crying because he is hungry.
- The table is going to break. The legs are weak.
The tables is going to break because the legs are weak.
- Does Julie want a red dress? Does Julie want a blue dress?
Does Julie want a red or blue dress?