How are you, my lovely friends? ^_^
Hope it’s all great! <3
Do you want to learn more about writing skill in the English language?
Tired of useless tips and English courses?
Here is a little secret that will help you to master the writing skill in English from a to z in no time
It’s called Conjunctions
So, today we will talk about the differences, usages and examples among and, or, but in details..
Usage: 1- when an action follows another one.
Example: Sara sent her CV to the company and waited for their call.
In the first action: Sara sent her CV
In the second one: She waited for the company’s call
2- Linking two similar words or sentences to each other
Example: I love cats and dogs
* Note: Both Cats and Dogs are pets
Usage: to suggest a contrast.
1- She is rich but he is unhappy
* Note: Here is the contrast ”rich” but ”unhappy”
2- He was ill but he went to work.
* Note: Here is the contrast ”ill” but ”work”
Usage: suggest that only one possibility can be chosen.
1- He doesn’t know if he’s right or wrong
* Note: Here there are 2 possibilities ”right” or ”wrong”
2- You can have tea or coffee.
* Note: Here there are 2 choices ”tea” or ”coffee”
Now, Test your level to make sure that you understand this lesson ^^ Share your Results:
We stayed at home ___ ate there.
I can't remember his face ___ I know his face from London.
We can go by bus ___ we can walk.
He wanted to buy a magazine ___ didn't have enough money.
Do you want coffee ___ tea?
He's so nice ___ he doesn't have enough money
The bus stopped ___ the lady got off.
Share your Results: