Coordinating conjunctionsCoordinating conjunctions are conjunctions used to connect words, phrases or clauses (independent clause) which have a position equivalent or similar grammatical structure of sentences. There are seven conjunctions are used: for, and, normal, but, or, yet, so (FANBOYS commonly abbreviated to simplify the recall).Note the example of the use of coordinating conjunctions that connect the word with a word, phrase by phrase, and clause with clause (labeled in bold are conjunctions, whereas underlined are words, phrases or clauses).
Words AND AND logic. This gate has two input state. Each state has a binary value, which represents a logic value, ie TRUE and FALSE. The key to this gate is, its output will be TRUE) if the input is TRUE. His examples: A boy and his friends were walking towards the market that maybe they want to shop. word OR OR logic gates. This gate has two input state. Each state has a binary value, which represents a logic value, ie TRUE and FALSE. The key to this gate is, the output will be TRUE if at least one input is TRUE.
example sentences :
1. Me and friends would go on holiday to Bali.
2. Although the rain, reyhan will still go to school.
3. I'll come, if I was invited to the birthday party jessicha.