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When we write, we can join two short sentences together using a connective. Some connectives add information to the first sentence whilst others will disagree. An example is: ‘I like chocolate’ – now I add: ‘but too much is bad for me.’ The word ‘but’ is connecting the two sentences/clauses together and the second sentence disagrees with what I’m doing.
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