Question #53401

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Feb 19, 2017
  1. Mohan has a lot of money but will not help anyone.
  2. Though Mohan has a lot of money, he will not help anyone.


There are different ways in which two simple sentences can be combined.

The commonest way is by using a conjunction such as: and, but, yet, for, though, because, nor, so, etc. This method works best when the two sentences are independent clauses (which means they do not need each other to make sense.)

When the two sentences have the same subject , they can be combined by dropping the subject in one of the clauses.

In some cases, when the second clause is related to the first but not directly, a semi-colon can be used.