and            or        

but                        so

Conjunction Cats Game

Join two sentences to make a compound sentence.
Pick the best conjunction for this sentence.

He sits his desk.

and or but

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Dave is the boy on the right, _ Jake is the one on the left./and/but/or Mia puts a slice of cake on each plate, _ Olivia adds a scoop of ice cream./and/but/or Emily is planning the bake sale, _ she wants me to bring a pie./and/but/or Logan lifts the lid on the cooler, _ I fill it with cans and ice packs./and/but/or It's been a long winter, _ I can't wait for spring./and/but/or We had a lot of rain last week, _ the creek looks like a river now./and/but/or She's the new kid in town _ everybody wants to meet her./and/but/or He waved as the bus left, _ we waved back./and/but/or I'll take the high road, _ you take the low road./and/but/or Dan and Dave are twins, _ nobody can tell them apart./and/but/or Zoe won the race, _ Avery came in second./and/but/or We can eat early, _ we can wait and eat after the movie./or/and/but You can work on it alone, _ one of us can help you./or/and/but Please be quiet, _ I'll have to ask you to leave./or/and/but Leave your plate here, _ take it over to the sink./or/and/but I can get the tickets ahead of time, _ we can buy them at the door./or/and/but We can finish this now, _ we can come back tomorrow./or/and/but I can come to your house, _ we can meet at the school./or/and/but We can take our skateboards to the park, _ we can shoot baskets in the schoolyard./or/and/but We should go early, _ we won't be able to sit together./or/and/but You have to speak up, _ nobody will be able to hear you./or/and/but I know Harper from camp, _ I haven't met her sister yet./but/and/or Owen is good at the short races, _ he's not strong enough yet for the longer ones./but/so/or The sky is cloudy, _ I don't think it's going to rain./but/and/or I can go, _ I don't want to stay for very long./but/and/or You can go to the game, _ you have to do your homework first./but/and/or I looked all over, _ I couldn't find my key./but/and/or She rang the doorbell, _ nobody was home./but/and/or We had a flashlight, _ the batteries were dead./but/and/or We want to go out and play, _ it is too dark and rainy./but/and/or Riley shouted at them to stop, _ they were too far away to hear her./but/and/or Jackson takes a big swing, _ the ball dives down under his bat./but/so/or Caleb's kick is long enough, _ it goes wide to the left./but/and/or Nick leads for most of the race, _ Aubrey turns it on at the end to win./but/and/or I can't swim, _ I don't want to go to the pool./so/but/or I have to be home by noon, _ we have to leave now./so/but/or It's almost dark, _ we can't play ball much longer./so/but/or Pick up that trash, _ we don't leave a mess./so/but/or There is gum on the sidewalk, _ be careful where you step./so/and/or We have room in our car, _ we can take you home./so/but/or The bus was late, _ we missed the start of the game./so/but/or The rope was too high to jump, _ we ducked under it./so/and/or It starts to rain, _ we all have to go inside./so/but/or James was sleepy, _ he went to bed./so/but/or Dan was hungry, _ he ate early./so/but/or