[J happens to something that does K.] = J happens to something. This same something does K.
[Tony has something that Lisa wants.]
[J is true, and K is true.] = These two things are true: J is true. K is true.
[Lisa sees Tony, and Tony sees Lisa.]
[J and K do X.] = These two things do X. J is one that does this. K is another that does this.
[Tony and Lisa want to see me.]
[I see Tony and Lisa.]
[J is true, or K is true.] = If J is not true, then K is true.
[Tony saw me, or Lisa heard me.]
[J or K does this.] = If J does not do this, then K does this.
[Lisa or Tony said something.]
[This belongs to Tony or Lisa.]
3-04. it, they, them.
[It does something.] = This thing does something.
[I touched this thing, and it moved.]
[They do something.] = These things or people do something.
[Something happens to them.] = Something happens to these things or people.
Someone is on one side of this thing, and someone is on the other side of this thing.
Someone is inside this thing, __________ someone is above it.