50 Conjunction Sentences
We have narrated conjunction sentences. You will find here examples of all types of conjunctions.
1 – Coordinating Conjunction:-
1.1 – Cumulative Conjunction Sentences
- You are both clever and beautiful.
- I, as well as you, passed the examination.
- Robbers not only looted the village but also set homes on fire.
- Sara and Julia are sisters. Both are intelligent.
- He not only passed the exam but also got a distinction.
- There were young as well as adult students.
- Cats and dogs are pets.
- The coffee was both delicious and creamy.
- Bob and Tom were watching the movie.
- We both know why you are upset.
1.2 – Adversative Conjunction Sentences
- He is poor; still, he is sincere.
- You are not good at English, yet you passed the English exam very well.
- He is rich; still, he is unhappy.
- She was inexperienced; nevertheless, she decided to play the game.
- There was a thunderstorm, yet we reached home safely.
- Alice is ready for the tests, yet she has not completed her course.
- I am late, but she’s still waiting for me.
- You can achieve the goals، however, you have to face challenges.
- There are many sorrows in a person’s life, yet, he gradually forgets his sorrows.
- Starting a business is not easy; nevertheless, you can succeed.
1.3 – Alternative Conjunction Sentences
- You either want to buy something or go home.
- I’ll neither buy anything nor go home.
- She went somewhere else to eat.
- Either Julia or Rita will cook the dinner.
- I can have either soup or broth.
- Either she is brave or silly.
- Will you go to Paris or somewhere else during the summer vacation?
- Neither my friend nor I attended the party.
- Neither Bob nor John came to my party.
- He overate. Either he is greedy or hungry.
1.4 – Illative Conjunction Sentences
- You worked hard so you would win.
- Jon worked hard; therefore, he got a distinction.
- He didn’t come to class for he is ill.
- She didn’t come on time, so I had to wait for her.
- You are a cheerful person; therefore, anyone can enjoy your company.
- Construction of the building has been delayed, so costs have risen.
- Salads are good for health; therefore, I take them regularly.
- The storm came, and then the weather became cold.
- He said something and then left.
- He planted roses and then watered the plants.
2 – Subordinating Conjunction Sentences
- He will not come to the party unless you invite him.
- Although he worked hard, he couldn’t pass the test.
- We didn’t go out because it was raining.
- He got a job though he is not intelligent.
- Do your work as directed.
- This is the house where our families lived.
- I’ll not beg even if I die.
- I will not ask for help from anyone even if I fail.
- We went to his house because he had invited us.
- He is very short, as is his father.