Co-ordinating & Correlative

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  • Q1

    Fill up the blanks with suitable conjunctions.

    1. Mathew studied hard, _____ he didn’t pass the test.

    2. Is she a doctor ____ a nurse?

    3. You should attend the function ___ you like it or not.

    4. Mathew lost his balance ______ fell off terrace.

    5. I am ___ hungry ___ thirsty.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. Mathew studied hard, but he didn’t pass the test.

    2. Is she a doctor or a nurse?

    3. You should attend the function whether you like it or not.

    4. Mathew lost his balance and fell off terrace.

    5. I am neither hungry nor thirsty.

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  • Q2

    Re-write the following sentences replacing the conjunctions used with other suitable conjunctions without changing the meaning.

    1. Donald is both a spinner and a batsman.

    2. Honest men love truth; whereas fools hate it.

    3. Robert was lazy, therefore, he failed.

    4. She couldn't speak, for she was sobbing.

    5. I would suffer insults but won’t abuse anyone.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. Donald is a spinner as well as a batsman.

    2. Honest men love truth but fools hate it.

    3. Robert was lazy so he failed.

    4. She couldn't speak, because she was sobbing.

    5. I would suffer insults rather than insulting others.

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  • Q3

    Join each pair of the following sentences by means of a suitable conjunction.

    1. He is very poor. He is very humble.

    2. He tried to escape. He could not escape.

    3. He is a singer. He is a dancer.

    4. Peter is not happy with the result. Paul is not happy with the result.

    5. Jane will clean the room. Jessy will clean the room.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. He is either very humble or very poor.

    2. He tried to escape but he could not.

    3. He is not only a singer but also a dancer.

    4. Neither Peter nor Paul is happy with the result.

    5. Either Jane or Jessy will clean the room.

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  • Q4

    Fill in each blank with an appropriate conjunction.

    1. Diana is poor _____ she is cheerful.

    2. It was a rainy day, _____we enjoyed it nevertheless.

    3. Mary was late; _____, she missed the bus.

    4. You can arrange the room _____you want.

    5. Work hard, _____nobody can succeed without hard work.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. Diana is poor but she is cheerful.

    2. It was a rainy day, but we enjoyed it nevertheless.

    3. Mary was late; therefore, she missed the bus.

    4. You can arrange the room however you want.

    5. Work hard, for nobody can succeed without hard work.

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  • Q5

    Fill in each of the numbered blanks with a suitable conjunction.

    My name is Sarah. I study in grade six. My life is very busy. I am the head girl (1) _____ (and/but) the secretary of the science club. I hardly have time to relax (2) _____ (so/ because) I go for private coaching after the school hours. I love sports (3) _____ (or/ but) my school work comes first. I play piano, (4) _____ (and/however) I plan to join our school band. The busy schedule makes my life very stressful; (5) _____ (because/ however), I mange everything.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    (1) and

    (2) because

    (3) but

    (4) and

    (5) however

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