Below are some examples of sentences from classic literature using words classed as Conjunctions.
Conjunctions include words such as:
After, and, as, before, because, but, if, or, since, so, when, while, yet.
A Conjunction joins together two separate things, such as items in a list, or two clauses. For example:
• The Allens, Thorpes, and Morlands all met in the evening.
• “Make haste and get in.”
• “I can have no pleasure while I see you in this state.”
Numbers (e.g. ten, fifty) may be used as Determiners.