Combine the following sentences.
1. They caught the thief. They handed him over to the police. (Use having)
2. The thief heard a noise. He ran away. (Use hearing)
3. He is very fat. He cannot walk fast. (Use too)
4. She was very tired. She could not stand up. (Use so that)
5. She left home at 4. She hasn’t arrived yet. (Use although)
6. The tortoise was slow. He beat the hare in the race. (Use though)
7. You will not be able to meet him. You have to be there before 3 pm. (Use unless or if)
8. You may work very hard. Still you cannot please him. (Use however)
9. He is ill. He attends office regularly. (Use in spite of)
10. I bought some apples yesterday. They were good. (Use which)
1. Having caught the thief, they handed him over to the police.
2. Hearing a noise, the thief ran away.
3. He is too fat to walk fast.
4. She was so tired that she could not stand up.
5. Although she left home at 4, she hasn’t arrived yet.
6. Though the tortoise was slow, he beat the hare in the race.
7. Unless you reach there before 3 pm, you will not be able to meet him. / If you do not reach there before 3 pm, you will not be able to meet him.
8. However hard you may work, you cannot please him.
9. In spite of his illness, he attends office regularly.
10. The apples that I bought yesterday were good.