Coordinations

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A coordination is a combination of two or more clauses (or phrases), of the same lexical/phrasal category, and their syntax gives them equal emphasis.

Subordination


Coordinations are made with connectives (e.g. conjunctions), or hypotaxis.

It is comparable to the arguably more semantically geared apposition.


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