Conjoining can be as simple as joining the sentences using a conjunctor with hardly any change at all in the combined sentences.
The simple sentences are joined by the conjunctor at. The two sentences retain their equal standing syntactically with respect to one another, that is to say, neither is subsumed under the other. Here is an example:
Why conjoin sentences? What purpose does it serve?
Sentence conjoining allows for a more explicit expression of certain relationships between the events contained in the clauses. These relationships are expressed mainly through the conjunctors, and sometimes with the help of certain particles. A familiar relationship is effect. Here's an example:
The conjunctor kaya' makes explicit the fact that the second event is a direct result of the event expressed in the first conjunct.
This web page, as well as the next two web pages, are about the range of relationships between conjoined clauses in Tagalog. But first, let us look at how some of them are expressed in English. In the examples below, give short names for these relationships. The first is done for you.