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Parallelism
A structure is parallel when all the coordinate parts are of the same grammatical form. The conjunctions must join comparable structures, such as pairs of noun phrases or verb phrases or adjectives.
Coordinating Conjunctions
A conjunction that connects two or more sentences or structures within a sentence as equals. EX: and, but or, nor, for, yet, and so
Conjunctive adverbs
A conjuction that connects two sentences with an adverbial emphasis, such as however, therefore, moreover, and nevertheless.
Semicolons
Semicolons can be used: to connect two coordinate clauses without a conjunction, and when a conjunctive adverb introduces the second clause (;however,)
Colons
Use colons with an appositive or a list. Use a colon when it promises to complete the idea set up in the first clause