What is the difference between coordinating and subordinating conjunctions?
A. Coordinating conjunctions are used to join words together, while subordinating conjunctions are used to separate words.
B. Coordinating conjunctions connect independent clauses, while subordinating conjunctions connect an independent clause with a dependent clause.
C. Coordinating conjunctions are only used in complex sentences, while subordinating conjunctions are only used in compound sentences.
D. Coordinating conjunctions connect dependent clauses, while subordinating conjunctions connect independent clauses.
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