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- enPR: ən(d)
- IPA (key): /ən(d)/
- SAMPA: /@n(d)/
- (as part of the phrase “ham and eggs”)
- You use and to talk about two things at once.
- I like singing and reading.
- Mary and Jane went on a holiday together.
- You use and when you are listing a few things and you are now on your last item of the list.
- I like singing, reading, cycling and playing soccer.
- I used to like this girl from my class as she is pretty, gentle and caring.
- And is used when you are putting two sentences together.
- She came into the store, shouted at the cashier, and left.
- Used to show what happened after something else.
- The alarm went off and I woke up.
- And is used to join certain numbers together.
- Two hundred and thirty-five people went missing after the earthquake.