The coordinating conjunctions that can be used to

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The coordinating conjunctions that can be used to combine two complete sentences with a comma are “for, and, nor, because, yet, so

  • English -

    Use the mnemonic FANBOYS to help you remember these:

    for
    and
    nor
    but
    or
    yet
    so

  • The coordinating conjunctions that can be used to -

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