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C oordination . “Do the thing you are afraid to do and the death of fear is certain.” Ralph Waldo Emerson . C O O R D I N A T I O N.

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c oordination
Coordination

“Do the thing you are afraid to do and the death of fear is certain.” Ralph Waldo Emerson

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When you coordinate two or more sentences, you are actually connecting two or more complete ideas. There are several ways to do this.
  • ONE, by using a semicolon:
  • To interview for a job is not difficult; the trick is to be well prepared.
two by using a comma plus coordinating conjunction
Two, by using a comma plus coordinating conjunction
  • The answer is simple, so you should finish the puzzle quickly.
three by using a semicolon and conjunctive adverb
Three, by using a semicolon and conjunctive adverb
  • Every student should develop his self-discipline; furthermore, he should extend his spirit of initiative.
the next couple of slides demonstrate how you should use these particular conjunctions
The next couple of slides, demonstrate how you should use these particular conjunctions. . . .

because each conjunction is used for a particular purpose .

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For addition
  • Courtesy means proper etiquette, and it is crucial for effective communication.
  • Courtesy means proper etiquette; moreover, it is a crucial for an effective communication.

(also, additionally, furthermore)

result
RESULT
  • The store was closed, so we were unable to buy the necessary food items.
  • The store was closed; consequently, we were unable to buy the necessary food items.
  • (thus, therefore, hence, subsequently) any of these words would also fit in the above sentence.
contrast
Contrast
  • The game was long, but it ended in a storm of controversy.
  • The game was long ; however, it ended in a storm of controversy.
  • (nevertheless, nonetheless)
option
Option
  • You may begin to work today, or you can begin digging that twenty foot ditch tomorrow.
  • You may begin to work today; on the other hand, you can begin digging that twenty foot ditch tomorrow.
reason
Reason
  • Their family business is successful, for they work consistently and honestly.
  • Their family business is successful because they work consistently and honestly.
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Assignment: Write a compound sentence with each of the following words. This is a total of 18 sentences. Remember to punctuate accordingly.