Conjunctions Exercises Part 03 l Conjunctions MCQs l ELP

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  1. He is poor……contented.
  2. This mango is large……sweet.
  3. Neither my brother…..my sister was there.
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  4. The boy……the girl are here.
  5. The piper played……the children danced.
  6. You must be quiet……you must leave the room.
  7. He sat down……he was tired.
  8. Rama works hard……Hari is idle.
  9. I lost the prize……I tried my best.
  10. I like him……he is dangerous.
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  1. I went to the shop…..bought a slate.
  2. He is slow……sure.
  3. I know…..he does not think so.
  4. You are tall……my brother is taller.
  5. Hari went to school……Sita stayed at home.
  6. He must start at once……he will be late.
  7. I shall sit still……listen to the music.
  8. Hari……came……sent a letter.
  9. I ran fast……I missed the train.
  10. Karim works hard……Abdul works harder.
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  1. He must be tired…….he has walked twelve miles.
  2. It is autumn……the leaves are falling.
  3. I will come…….I am not ill.
  4. I will bring your umbrella……you wish it.
  5. He remained cheerful…..he has been wounded.
  6. He went out…..the rain stopped.
  7. He ran to the station……missed the train.
  8. I came,……unwilling.
  9. Men have fought……died for their country.
  10. He ran……he should be late.
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  1. …….Hari does not write fast, he writes very well.
  2. The boy is dangerously ill……his head was hurt.
  3. The old man fell down the steps…..broke his leg.
  4. He tried to get up……could not.
  5. …..mother and father are at home.
  6. I have a cricket bat…….a set of stumps.
  7. We went early to the circus……we could not get a seat.
  8. He must do as he is told…..he will be punished.
  9. The prisoner fell down on his knees……begged for mercy.
  10. …..Sita and Ganga go to school.
  1. Rama may be……in the house or in the garden.
  2. …….somewhat pompous, he was an entertaining companion.
  3. “Mr. Johnson”, said I, “I do indeed come from Scotland,…….I cannot help it.”
  4. The man that stands by me in trouble I won’t bid him go…….the sun shines again.
  5. …..you are upon Earth enjoy the good things that are here,……..be not melancholy.
  6. The art of pleasing is a very necessary one to possess;……..a very difficult one to
    acquire.
  7. Never maintain an argument with heat and clamour,………you think or know yourself to be in the right.
  8. …….I am in a serious humour, I very often walk by myself in Westminster Abbey.
  9. I am persuaded……..the translators of the Bible were masters of an English style much fitter for that work…….any we see in our present writings.
  10. He [Chaucer] must have been a man of most wonderful comprehensive nature,…… he has taken into the compass of his Canterbury Tales the various manners and humours of the whole English nation, in his age.
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  1. It is the common doom of man……he must eat his bread by the sweat of his brow.
  2. It is a sort of paradox,……..it is true: we are never more in danger…….when we think” ourselves most secure.
  3. I have imposed upon myself,…….I have been guilty of no other imposition.
  4. One of the pleasantest things in the world is going on a journey;…….I like to go by myself. I can enjoy society in a room;……., out of doors, nature is company enough for me.
  5. It [the game of fives] is the finest exercise for the body,…….the best relaxation for the mind.
  6. Religion does not banish mirth…….only moderates and sets rules to it.
  7. Fit words are better…….fine ones.
  8. I like political changes…….such changes are made as the result, not of passion, but of deliberation and reason.
  9. Civilized man,…….let loose with the bonds of morality relaxed, is a far greater beast…….the savage, more refined in his cruelty, more fiend-like in every act.
  10. The man who eats in a hurry loses both the pleasure of eating…….the profit of digestion.
  1. Let a man sleep…….he is sleepy,……rise…..the crow of the cock,…..the glare of the sun rouses him from his torpor.
  2. It is a great loss to a man…….he cannot laugh.
  3. Impure air can never make pure blood; …… impure blood corrupts the whole system.
  4. Never refuse to entertain a man in your heart…….all the world is talking against him.
  5. …….you would be healthy, be good.
  6. …….you have a sword…….a pen in your hand, wield……the one…….the other in a spirit of insolent self-reliance.
  7. A regular bath in the morning,……with very feeble and delicate subjects, has always an invigorating effect.
  8. There is no more sure sign of a shallow mind…….the habit of seeing always the ludicrous side of things.
  9. An honest hater is often a better fellow…….a cool friend;…….it is better not to hate at all.
  10. There is no virtue that Dr. Arnold laboured more sedulously to instil into young men……..the virtue of truthfulness.

Answers:

  1. But
  2. And
  3. Nor
  4. And
  5. While
  6. Or
  7. Because
  8. But
  9. Though
  10. Though
  11. And
  12. But
  13. That
  14. But
  15. While
  16. Or
  17. And
  18. Neither…..nor
  19. But
  20. But
  21. As
  22. So
  23. If
  24. If
  25. Although
  26. After
  27. But
  28. Though
  29. And
  30. Lest
  31. Though
  32. As
  33. And
  34. But
  35. Both
  36. And
  37. Though
  38. Or
  39. And
  40. Both
  41. Either
  42. Though
  43. But
  44. Until
  45. When, and
  46. But
  47. Unless
  48. When
  49. That, than
  50. For
  51. That
  52. But, than
  53. But
  54. But, but
  55. And
  56. But
  57. Than
  58. When
  59. When, than
  60. And
  61. When, and, when, or
  62. If
  63. But
  64. Though
  65. If
  66. When, and, neither……nor
  67. Except
  68. Than
  69. Than, yet
  70. Than

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