Conjunction in Paramasastra (Part 3)

Conjunction in Paramasastra (Part 3)

Pawonkidulan | The conjunctions in a sentence (intracellular conjunctions) are conjunctions that associate words with words, phrases with phrases, or clauses with clauses. This function is divided into three parts:

  • Coordinate Conjunctions
  • Subordinate Conjunctions
  • Correlative Conjunctions

Coordinate Conjunctions

Coordinate conjunctions are conjunctions that link words to words, phrases with phrases, or clauses with clauses in which they are coherent. Types of coordinate conjunctions:

Conjunctions that are supposed to improve. Examples: and, with, as well as with

  • You and I now have to go to the teacher’s house.
  • Julaikha and Jamela walk together.
  • Maemunah and his brother are walking around town.
  • Small houses and broken homes are assisted by the State.
  • Rofikoh sweeps the foreground and Ijah fills the bathroom.
  • Indonesia is on the brink of corruption and rebuilding the country.

The word “opponent” literally means the enemy also means and. But the word “opponent” is now no longer a conversation, it is used only in songs, languages, or literature. Examples are: night fighters, fathers versus mothers, etc.

Conjunctions that interpret the meaning of the antonym. Example: but.

  • Boncel’s not smart but he’s a bit arrogant.
  • Gudel studied hard but refused to work.
  • Gondhes at this time did not work, but he was never home.
  • The house is very large but looks very quiet.

Conjunctions that express the meaning of choice. Examples: what, or what.

  • Are you leaving for Jakarta or returning to Surabaya?
  • Do you choose red or green?
  • Do you want me to take big or small?
  • Choose a red, yellow, or blue shirt and bring it here.