Conjunctions are a closed class of words which are used to join phrases or clauses together.
These conjunctions are used to join words or phrases. They are enclitics on the second and subsequent nouns.
These conjunctions are used to join clauses or sentences. They are used as independent words.
Coordinating conjunctions are used to separate two matrix clauses. They are placed at the beginning of the second clause.
Subordinating conjunctions are used to introduce a dependent clause. See the section on subordinate clauses for syntactical information.