The words "and" and "or" are coordinating conjunctions. In Spanish, these two words have a few different forms depending on what they’re used with.
Coordinating conjunctions provide a link between similar words or groups of words, such as nouns, verbs, or names.
The Spanish word ni is used in pairs to mean "neither … nor."
The Spanish word según can be a preposition, conjunction, or adverb, but has essentially the same meaning in each case.
The Spanish subjunctive is required after a number of common conjunctions and relative pronouns, whereas its usage is optional after others.
Subordinating conjunctions join dependent (subordinate) clauses to main clauses. You can recognize a dependent clause by the fact that it cannot stand alone – its meaning is incomplete without the main clause.