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The most common coordinating conjunctions are:
For, And, Nor, But, Or, Yet, So = FANBOYS
Whenever there are two complete sentences joined by one of the “fanboys” conjunctions, insert a comma before the conjunction.
Example: He wanted to become a musician, but he became a banker.
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INSERT A COMMA ONLY IF THE SENTENCE HAS ONE OF THE “FANBOYS” CONJUNCTIONS,
AND THERE IS A
COMPLETE SENTENCE ON BOTH SIDES OF THE CONJUNCTION.
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