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and (Posted on 2006-03-13) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Find a complete grammatical English sentence, ending with the word "and" (but not with the "and" in inverted commas).

What is the most consecutive "and"s you can find in a grammatical sentence.

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re: The coordinating conjunctions | Comment 7 of 26 |
(In reply to The coordinating conjunctions by Ady TZIDON)

When words are referred to as such, the rule used to be to enclose in quotes.  But according to the 10th edition Merriam-Webster's Collegiate dictionary, page 1546, italicization is so used now; so, to use Ady's sentence:


The coordinating conjunctions  in English language are (in reverse alphabetical order): so, or, but and and.

  Posted by Charlie on 2006-03-13 11:10:03
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