A conjunction is a word that connects two parts of a sentence. The two types of conjunction are coordinated and subordinated.
Coordinate conjunctions show things of equal status.
- He will sing and dance.
- The manager, or his assistant, will see you soon.
- The weather is cool yet pleasant.
Subordinate conjunctions show that one thing is more important than another. Some examples:
- I won’t meet them again unless they apologise first.
Because Andrey didn’t pay the bill, his electricity was cut off.