We generally use the coordinate sentences when we want to compare equally important ideas in a sentence and combine two independent clauses. Usually, we use the following methods to coordinate the parts sentence:
Conadition using a combination :
Conjunctions that we use for the Coordination of phrases, but for nor or so, even conjunctions etc. Each of these represents a different meaning and used in different situations.
"And" is used to link or combine two ideas.
"But" is used to combine two ideas in contrast.
"For" is used to show a cause.
"Ni" is used to make sense of neg-a-tion.
Using a pair of correlative conjunctions :
Some examples for the pair of coordinating conjunctions include all or nothing, neither-nor, not only, but also so
For example, it was neither better nor heat-worst.
They are used to combine the different sentences that coordinate with each other. They show a balance between two separate proposals.
Coordination by using a semicolon :
Semicolon is used to connect two independent clauses which are of equal importance. In general, we represent the kind of cause and phrases, separated by a semicolon.
For example, Sheela went to market, and has brought fresh vegetables.
Coordination using a verb conjunctiontive :
verbs include connective therefore, due, for example, in addition, however, etc.
These are also commonly used which are coordinating conjunctions used to indicate the different relationships between sentences. When we use this type of conjunctions, we must decide which ideas can be combined to give the exact meaning. Improper use of these conjunctions to represent relationships between ideas led to the change of meaning.
For example, the creation of computers has greatly helped the company, in addition to providing job opportunities, it also improved our lifestyles.