Grammar 5-1 | Intermediate | CEFR B2

Coordinating Conjunctions

Using coordinating conjunctions (and, but, so, or, nor, for, yet).
Conversation #1

A: I like this soup, it’s so yum, yet healthy.
B: It is good, but it is high in sodium.
A: Yeah, but it has lots of veggies.
B: True but it not cheap, nor easy to make.
A: OK, don’t you like it.
B: I do. I am just being honest.

Conversation #2

A: Where will you go for summer?
B: I am not sure yet.
A: I will go to the beach or the lake.
B: I would go, but my son has school.
A: He has school in summer.
B: Yeah, he has to go to school this summer or he will not graduate.

Conversation #3

A: What will you do tomorrow?
B: I have to work, but I finish early.
A: I don’t work, so I will go somewhere.
B: Where will you go?
A: I think to the forest, for the leaves are changing colors now.
B: Well have a good time and take lots of pictures.

Conversation #4

A: Do you go out much?
B: No, I don’t drink and I don’t like crowds.
A: Yeah, me too, but I hate staying home.
B: So what do you do? Watch movies?
A: No, I don’t like movies, nor do I like TV shows, so I tend to read a lot.
B: Sounds boring, but to each his own.

Coordinating Conjunctions

Learn about coordinating conjunctions (and, but, so, for, or, nor, yet) with this printable grammar lesson.

Answer the following questions about the interview.