Conjunction in Paramasastra (Part 2)

Conjunction in Paramasastra (Part 2)

Pawonkidulan | The conjunction between words. A conjunction between words is a conjunction that associates one sentence with another. Therefore the conjunction is the first letter written in large letters. Explain the conjunctions between sentences including:

The conjunction between one sentence and another.

  • The conjunctions that convey the meaning are different from the preceding sentence, for example: Every day Meylani is not given shopping by her husband. Even so, she still loves him.
  • The conjunction expresses the continuity of the preceding sentence, such as: At the end of the meal, they all bid farewell to the host. And they went away.
  • Conjunctions that relate to situations in addition to the situations previously mentioned, such as: in addition, and again. Outside the darkness, no one was on the road. In addition to that, he heard the sound of a heartbroken cockroach.
  • Conjunctions that express a situation are opposite to those in the preceding sentence, such as: Do not be easy to accuse someone who has not done so well. Don’t let your little sister get mad if someone loses her cool.
  • The conjunction expresses the exact situation of the preceding sentence, such as: indeed, precisely, Humans are given the power to pass through the sky. In fact, no human can pass through the heavens.
  • Meaningful conjunctions are beyond the preceding sentence, for example: even, in fact, even, mandatory. I told him yesterday that he had lent money to Andri, but he didn’t. In fact he said he owed a lot of debt.
  • The conjunctions expressing the situation are quite different from the preceding sentence, such as: but, nevertheless. The experience here is heaped up, some of it has not been reached yet. But again, this work has been my goal.
  • The conjunctions which refer to the circumstances of the preceding sentence, for example: hence, hence. The government raises the pay of teachers. In this way teachers should be able to raise their education level in Indonesia.
  • Conjunctions that describe events preceding or following a preceding sentence, such as: before, after. Aceh catches a tsunami with hundreds of thousands of people dead. Previously there were many natural disasters that attacked Indonesia.