Coordinate conjunction

coordinative unions are part of the official speeches.They serve as a link connecting as part of a complex sentence, and members of his uniform.It should be remembered that the unions themselves may not be members of the proposal.

By type of communication in the sentence unions are divided into four groups.

1. Connecting unions, which are used in compound sentences or homogeneous parts of the sentence: and, yes (meaning "and"), and, no, no, too, as well.Single connecting unions with homogeneous members do not require staging point.In all other cases (slozhnosochinёnnom sentence or repeating Union) within the group of homogeneous parts of the sentence is absolutely necessary staging point.If repetition of the Union in the group of homogeneous members start to put a comma before the second use of the union.

2. adversative conjunctions - and, but, yes (= but) but, however.They oppose one option to another, for example: I went for a walk, but the rain drove me.

3. Separation unions - or, or, or that,

not - not whether - whether.These associations also provide a variety of options.For example: We will now prepare mashed potatoes with cutlet and pasta with goulash?The street is not the rain, not snow.

4. Comparative unions are mostly double or multiple.This is how ..., and;not only but;not so much ... how much;not so ... as;although ... but;not that (to), ..., but (a);... if not, then.Examples: I love to walk in good weather and the rain.Although it was rain, but the sun continues to shine.

In a more detailed study and research can be found as much as 7 groups of unions, that is known to add another three to four: gradation, connecting explanatory.In addition to being co-ordinative divided by value, they are classified still and in structure to the simple single-word (and, but), derivatives (also, on the other hand), the component (so as) derivative (and a, but, or), single (though), repetitive (and ... and no ... no), double (both ... and).

should elaborate on spelling derivatives unions "but" and "too."They are often confused with the demonstrative pronoun "that" with the preposition "for" or particle "as" and vice versa.As a result, the union may write two words, and the pronoun with the preposition or particle together into one, which of course is crude, but very common mistake.In order not to make a mistake in writing, it should just try to ask "for" or "but", and if it turns out to do, then, we have a pronoun, and write it should be two words.For example: I loved the Russian language is because the great Pushkin wrote on it.We are asking the question: to love (for what?) For.

opposite example: On the sausage did not have enough money, but Tanya bought ice cream.In this embodiment, the question to ask is not possible, but the union "but" is easily replaced by another union, for example, "and".To get such an option: On the sausage was not enough money, and Tanya bought ice cream.Simple coordinative unions are one-word, and associations components consist of two or more words.Derivative associations represent multiple parts of speech, mostly union and adverbs.Non-derivative unions have always been only the Union and have no connection with the other parts of speech.One word associations, as well as pointing to the exhaustive definition, are called "single coordinative unions."Examples: I thought that I would go to the movies, but we went to the theater.The whole week was rain, mushrooms and climbed out of the ground intact fungal lawns.

Linguists, exploring proposals to coordinative conjunctions, which are repeated in the proposal, feel that they enhance the contrast of the transfer, for example: They are wrong: no, I did not go, no she did not go.In the part of the double union is always a homogeneous part of the sentence, after which you need to put a comma.But it also could take place a simple sentence which is part of the complex.

should also clarify what is necessary to remember and be able to distinguish itself from the union of the Union speech."How to distinguish between them and what is the Union speech?" - Asks the reader.Make it easier than it might seem at first glance.Allied words - words, playing the role of unions, but do not belong to this part of the speech.To determine what is in front of us, just ask.Since the Allied According to easily ask questions, while Union is impossible, that fact is decisive here.Hence it follows also that the allied words can be defined as part of the sentence, which can not be made with respect to the union.