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隣にパン屋があります。前は花屋、花屋の隣は魚屋です。

Is it simply used as a connector? Is it simply used to avoid making 2 sentences e.g."前は花屋です。花屋の隣は魚屋です。"?

I previously thought this was only done for Na adjectives to connect to nouns. So does this mean you can use it for everything?

Can と be used instead (not the above case) when not trying to compress 2 descriptive sentences into one but simply to connect many items in a statement e.g. バスケとサッカーが好き ->バスケでサッカーが好き .

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