Examples of Conjunction Words in a Sentence!

Conjunction Words

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Conjunctions are an easy, practical and popular means of communicating in English.

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By using these ‘little‘ words we can communicate far more than the word itself. Conjunctions such as yet, however, and but can be viewed as stop signs. That is as a listener / reader, when you see or hear these words you understand that what is to follow will not be the same as what came before.

  • ‘She is always coming late to class, but she is the best student.’
  • ‘Hitler came to power as part of a coalition government. However, he soon assumed absolute power.’


If we continue the notion of road signs, ‘and‘ is the perfect example of a green light. When using ‘and‘ we understand that what was just said or written is going to have supporting information.Β 

  • ‘I like her very much, and we are going to get married.’


Words such as because, for, since, and until also let us know that we will either be getting a reason or more detailed information (including time references); so perhaps we can think of these words as a roundabout, a slight pause rather than ‘yet’s’ full stop!

  • ‘He said he would never go back to that hotel again because the staff was rude.’
  • ‘I was unsure if I could trust him until he told me the truth.’


Of course, we can also use ‘and‘ to separate words in a sentence, but we should only do this with two items.

  • ‘She likes oranges and bananas.’

For longer lists (three or more items) we use ‘and‘ to signify the end of a group.

  • ‘He likes football, basketball, baseball, and hockey.’


So go take your car for a spin, but don’t forget those red lights. If you see a ‘yet‘, you might want to slow down!

  • β€˜I own a Ferrari, yet I like to drive my 1950s Beetle.
  • β€˜I will never sell this car, for it reminds me of the carefree days of my childhood.’
  • β€˜Since I have nothing to do today, I’ll just get in my car and go for a ride.’

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Hero Answered on 26/06/2014.
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