Rule #01. A comma comes before the Coordinator that joins two independent clauses.
I like oranges, but Juma likes mangoes.
Our car arrived late, but our uncle came to pick us.
Note: In the first sentence, ‘I like oranges’ and ‘Juma likes mangoes’ are all independent sentences.
Ask students to apply comma in the following sentences:
· I will go to the cinema or I will stay at home
· Juma is late so he will miss the party
· Teacher provided the notes and the students wrote them down
· She is shy but she is good at dancing
· Lions are dangerous yet they are good tourist attractions