A conjunction is a word used to connect words or group of words. There are four types of conjunction: coordinating conjunctions, correlative conjunctions, subordinate conjunctions, and conjunctive adverbs.
A coordinating conjunction join words or group of words that are similar.
*Remember "FANBOYS" to identify a coordinating conjunction
F - for
A - and
N - nor
B - but
O - or
Y - yet
S - so
⇒ People of many nations heard and believed tales of this rich city. (words)
⇒El Dorado now refers to a place of fabulous wealth or to the land of one's dreams. (phrases)
⇒ No one found the city, yet the search continued. (clauses)