Join with a conjunction

May 6, 2014pdf

Combine the following sentences using an appropriate conjunction.

1. We decided to set out. It was raining.

2. I respect him. He is a brave man.

3. He did not win the first prize. He worked hard.

4. He is not a knave. He is not a fool.

5. He was not there. His brother was not there.

6. I like him. He is kind.

7. I like him. He is dangerous.

8. I went to the market. I bought some grocery.

9. John is tall. Mark is taller.

10. He didn’t come. He didn’t write.

11. He must be tired. He has been working since morning.

12. Men have fought for their country. Men have died for their country.

13. He didn’t want to miss the train. He ran fast.

Answers

1. We decided to set out though it was raining.

2. I respect him because he is a brave man.

3. Though he worked hard, he did not win the first prize.

4. He is neither a knave nor a fool.

5. Neither he nor his brother was there.

6. I like him because he is kind.

7. I like him though he is dangerous.

8. I went to the market and bought some grocery.

9. Mark is taller than John.

10. He neither came nor wrote. OR Neither did he come nor did he write.

11. He must be tired because he has been working since morning.

12. Men have fought and died for their country.

13. As he didn’t want to miss the train, he ran fast.

 

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