The Conjunction

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  • Q1

    Fill up the blanks with suitable connectors from the choice given below.

    [provided, whereas, both...and, in order, as if, whether, as though, even if, Either...or, on condition]

    1. I like coffee, _____ Peter prefers tea.

    2. It looks _____ it is going to rain.

    3. Don't pretend _____ you are not aware of the problem.

    4. You can take leave _____ you complete your work by the weekend.

    5. Susan will not reveal the secret _____ if they threaten her.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. I like coffee, whereas Peter prefers tea.

    2. It looks as if it is going to rain.

    3. Don't pretend as though you are not aware of the problem.

    4. You can take leave provided you complete your work by the weekend.

    5. Susan will not reveal the secret even if they threaten her.

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  • Q2

    Rewrite the following sentences.

    1. Dennis carried an umbrella so it was raining.

    2. I am not supposed to eat sugar, provided that I can’t resist the temptation to eat it.

    3. Because of its traffic problems, London is a great place to visit.

    4. Whether I give him an additional task, he does it willingly.

    5. Camels live in the desert, for dolphins live in the sea.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. Dennis carried an umbrella because it was raining.

    2. I am not supposed to eat sugar, but I can’t resist the temptation to eat it.

    3. Despite its traffic problems, London is a great place to visit.

    4. When I give him an additional task, he does it willingly.

    5. Camels live in the desert, whereas dolphins live in the sea.

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  • Q3

    Rewrite the following sentences.

    1. John hit the keys hard although he damaged the keyboard.

    2. Jasmine failed in her exams because she was unable to start her Bachelors.

    3. The baby got nothing to eat, despite he cried.

    4. The meteor storm was as marvelous as we watched it all night.

    5. The schools were open because of the cold weather.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. John hit the keys so hard that he damaged the keyboard.

    2. Jasmine failed in her exams and was consequently unable to start her Bachelors.

    3. The baby got nothing to eat, so he cried.

    4. The meteor storm was so marvelous that we watched it all night.

    5. The schools were open in spite of the cold weather.

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  • Q4

    Fill up the blanks in the following sentences using appropriate conjunctions from the list given below.

    [as soon as, whereas, nevertheless, on the condition, such as, therefore, as though, in spite, whether, otherwise]

    1. He looks _____ he is ill.

    2. The electricity went off _____ he reached the house.

    3. I don’t know _____ I shall pass or fail in the exams.

    4. The music was loud, _____, it was enjoyable.

    5. I love soft fragrance, _____Hermes Kelly Caleche.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. as though

    2. as soon as

    3. whether

    4. nevertheless

    5. such as

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  • Q5

    Fill up the blanks in the following sentences using appropriate conjunctions from the list given below.

    [as soon as, whereas, nevertheless, on the condition, such as, therefore, as though, in spite, whether, otherwise]

    1. I like reading books _____ my sister likes watching movies.

    2. He has failed in his exams, _____, he is sad.

    3. He went to take his exam _____ of high fever.

    4. We should reach the station a little early, _____we’ll miss the train.

    5. I will give you money _____ that you will return it on time.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. whereas

    2. therefore

    3. in spite

    4. otherwise

    5. on the condition

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