A word that joins ideas or parts of sentences together in a sentence.
A pair of words that join ideas or parts of sentences together in a sentence.
I enjoy science and history classes.
Jimmy cracked corn, and he didn't care.
You can either go to the dance or stay home to complete your homework.
Today's lunch choice is spaghetti or hot dog on a bun.
You were late to class, for you missed the grammar lesson.
School was canceled, for there was so much snow.
Do not chew your finger nails, nor your toe nails.
Suzie didn't care for pickles, nor anchovies, on her pizza.
Aubrey didn't study for the test, but she still go the highest grade in class.
Mom forgot the map at home, but she still found the performance hall.
I let the lasagna cool down, yet I still burned my tongue.
Zach can either keep your eight demerits or go to merit hall.
Both Gramp and Gran eat at Red Lobster.
Not only will I eat brain pie, but also will I eat eyeball stew.
not only, but also
The world will end by neither zombies, nor flood.
The grammar worksheets are hard, yet the quizzes are so easy.