Coordinating conjunctions

Connecting independent clauses with coordinating conjunctions

The coordinating conjunctions (and, or, so, but, yet, for, not) can be used to combine two independent clauses into a single compound sentence.  In these worksheets, students combine two simple sentences using the given coordinating conjunction.  Note: All answers include a comma prior to the coordinating conjunction (even if not strictly necessary).

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