Coordinator and subordinator là gì

Clause Connectors

Subordinators
(Subordinating Conjunctions) 
Coordinators
(Coordinating Conjunctions)
Conjunctive Adverbs
I.C. + Subord. + D.C.
Subord. + D.C. + , + I.C.
I.C. + , + I.C. I.C. + ; + Conj.Adv. , I.C.
Conj.Adv. + , + I.C.

after

although

as

as if

as soon as

because

before

even though

how

if

since

so that

that

though

unless

until

what

when

whenever

where

wherever

whether

which

while

who

whom

whose

FAN BOYS!

for
and
nor
but
or
yet
so

accordingly
also
besides
consequently
for example
furthermore
hence
however
in addition
in contrast
indeed
instead
likewise
meanwhile
moreover
nevertheless
nonetheless
on the other hand
otherwise
therefore
though
thus




* Structures of Compound Sentences

1) Independent Clause + , + Coordinators (FAN BOYS) + Independent Clause

    > I was recommended to attend FOW, for my writing is not good.

                                           I.C.                         Coordinator                I.C.

2) Independent Clause + ; + Conjunctive Adverb + , + Independent Clause

    > My writing is not good; hence, I was recommended to attend FOW.

                           I.C.                    Conj.Adv.                               I.C.

3) Independent Clause + ; + Independent Clause

    > My writing is not good; I was recommended to attend FOW.

                            I.C.                                                    I.C.

[Grammar] Sentences do not start with coordinators.

    > I love you. But you hate me. (X)

    => I love you, but you hate me. (O)

    => I love you; however, you hate me. (O)

    => I love you. However, you hate me. (O)

* Structures of Complex Sentences

1) Independent Clause + Dependent Clause (the clause starts with Subordinator)

    > I love ESC students because they are crazy and funny.

                           I.C.              Subordinator             D.C.

    > Because ESC students are crazy and funny, I love them.

       Subordinator                   D.C.                                                    I.C.

[Grammar] Do not use comma unless the sentence starts with dependent clause.

    > I love you, because you hate me. (X)

    => I love you because, you hate me. (X)

    => I love you because you hate me. (O)

    => Because you hate me, I love you. (O)

The examples in this page may not be perfectly correct.

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