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Coordinating conjunctions are these: FANBOYS (for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so).

Whenever you use one of these conjunctions to join independent clauses (that is, they could be independent sentences on their own), you need a comma after the first clause and before the conjunction.

If you use one of these conjunctions to join subjects, to join verbs, or other non-clause elements, do not use a comma.
See use number 2 on this webpage.

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Use coordinating conjunctionsjoin the following sentences.Use commas when need to. 1) The candiate pictured on the campaign poster seemed vaguely familar.I still can't figure out why.Can you help me with sentences like this.

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