22 Coordinating Conjunction Examples

22 Coordinating Conjunction Examples

Conjunctions, a group of words like but, because, or, so, although, and though, are words used to bring other words and phrases together. Even though these words have no meaning on their own and their only meaning is in sentences, it would not be possible for us to construct complex or long sentences without conjunctions. Since it is not aesthetic to constantly make short sentences, art could not develop sufficiently.

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Types of Conjunctions

  • Coordinating Conjunctions
  • Subordinating Conjunctions
  • Correlative Conjunctions
  • Conjunctive Adverbs

Here are 60 Most Common Conjunction List in English

  • She came in the house and her baby started crying.
  • I have one dog and three love cats.
  • Please calm down my son, Let’s wait and see.
  • He didn’t talk to his friends nor did he call his father.
  • Neither George nor Mary were at the school yesterday.
  • Neither my daughter nor my son like drinking milk.
  • Neither my brother nor my friends supported me.
  • I have got a piano, but I haven’t got a car.
  • I go to work on Friday, but I don’t go to work on Sunday.
  • He is very good at playing basketball but not at riding a bike.
  • Michael goes to bed early, but She is always late for work.
  • Alex lives in Texas or California.


  • Does Smith have any brothers or sisters?
  • He study hard for this exam or he fail.
  • Which color do you like yellow or red?
  • I ran fast, yet I came in last.
  • John studied a lot, yet he didn’t pass the test.
  • Miguel plays football well, yet his favorite sport is tennis.
  • He was sick, so he couldn’t play football.
  • I studied hard, so I will be successful in the math exam.
  • My sister is very smart, so everybody likes her.
  • She has a job interview, so she will go to Paris.