You can use and, but, and or when connecting words or phrases.
And – used when connecting words and phrases that agree in a positive manner.
I speak English and French.
I like to play the piano and attend live music performances.
But – used when connecting words and phrases that disagree with each other, or contrast.
I speak English but I don’t speak Spanish.
(I speak English but not Spanish).
I love the smell of seafood, but I cannot eat it.
Or – (1) used when connecting words and phrases that agree in a negative manner.
I don’t speak Spanish or Italian.
I can’t attend the meetings on Friday or Monday because I will be out of town.
(2) used when listing alternatives or options
Would you like coffee, tea, or water?
You can take your vacation in June, July, or August.