Coordinating or subordinating conjunction?

In each of the following sentences a conjunction is highlighted. Is it a coordinating conjunction or a subordinating conjunction?

Coordinating conjunctions are usually easy to identify because there are so few of them in English. The main ones are and, but, and or, but there are some others. In this exercise we have %%WL,0%%.

Other cases are subordinating conjunctions; here we have: %%WL,1%%.




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