Saturday, January 4, 2014

Joining two sentences with Conjunctions

Conjunctions are words used to join two sentences.


Join each of the following pairs of sentences using the conjunction given in brackets.

1. Work hard. You will pass. (If)

2. Give complete attention to your studies. You will succeed. (Unless)

3. Hurry up. You will miss the train. (Unless)

4. Ruth ran very fast. She could not catch up with Mark. (Though)

5. She has already delivered a good performance. Nobody can question his eligibility. (Since)

6. I know. She is a brave girl. (That)

7. ‘Would you like to accompany me?’ She asked. (Whether)

8. We all respect him. He is an honest man. (Because)

9. He cannot go to work. He fully recovers from his illness. (Before)

10. Johan is quite warm and friendly. Her sister is quite warm and friendly. (Both…and)

Answers

1. If you work hard, you will pass.

2. Unless you give full attention to your studies, you will not succeed.

3. Unless you hurry up, you will miss the train.

4. Though Ruth ran very fast, she could not catch up with Mark.

5. Since she has already delivered a good performance, nobody can question his eligibility.

6. I know that she is a brave girl.

7. She asked whether I would like to accompany him.

8. We all respect him because he is an honest man.

9. He cannot go to work before he fully recovers from his illness.

10. Both Johan and her sister are quite warm and friendly.

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