lemÌc. Lemizh grammar and dictionary

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conjunction: bracket or coordination; often inner partitives are necessary (see unit 4, ‘and’, and unit 5, Coordinations and brackets within brackets);
in the sense of
and therefore, and consequently: consecutive clause (il)

When joining sentences with a shared constituent, consider using a relative clause instead:
I forgot to hide the cake, and the children consumed it. = I forgot to hide the cake, which the children consumed.
She went to the yoga class and found it very calming. = She went to the yoga class, which she found very calming.

‘subordinating’ conjunction: typically accusative clause (y): Try and eat it! = Try to eat it! fna-dàxt àvy: