■  Let's look at the most common ways to join words and sentences. The following are equivalent to "and" or "also."

HOW to use:

■ と to—and
Used for joining words and phrases

I like apples and bananas.
[I | as for | apple | and | banana | like]

■ そして soshite—and then…; also; finally
Often used to connect sentences but also can be used before a final word in a list: and finally…

(I) stopped the car and then opened the window.
[car | stopped | and then | window | opened]

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