Conjunctions Exercises Part 04 l Solved Exercises on Conjunctions l ELP

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  1. I am in the right,…….you are in the wrong.
  2. The most exquisite work of literary art exhibits a certain crudeness and coarseness,…….we turn to it from nature.
  3. …….he had not paid his bill, his electricity was cut off.
  4. There never can be prosperity in any country…….all the numerous cultivators of the soil are permanently depressed and injured.
  5. Giving up wrong pleasure is not self-sacrifice,……self-culture.
  6. Conform thyself then to thy present fortune……..cut thy coat according to thy cloth.
  7. Inconsistency consists in a change of conduct………there is no change of circumstances which justify it.
  8. The disgust felt towards any kind of knowledge is a sign that it is prematurely
    presented,…….that it is presented in an indigestible form.
  9. …..do the learned know what sort of mortals inhabit beyond those mountains,……whether they be inhabited at all.
  10. His ambition was inordinate,……he was jealous of every man of ability.
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  1. Just laws are no restraint upon the freedom of the good,……the good man desires nothing which a just law will interfere with.
  2. We judge ourselves by what we feel capable of doing,…….others judge us by what we have already done.
  3. My worthy friend Sir Roger is one of those who are not only at peace with
    themselves,…….beloved and esteemed by all about them.
  4. The fleets of the enemy were not merely defeated,…….destroyed.
  5. As long as he (William of Orange) lived, he was the guiding-star of a brave nation;……he died the little children cried in the street.
  6. It (the game of fives) is “the finest exercise for the body……best relaxation for the mind.”
  7. He (Omar Khayyam) abhorred hypocrisy,……he was not too stem with the hypocrite.
  8. Our proudest title is not that we are the contemporaries of Darwin,…….that we are the descendants of Shakespeare.
  9. He (Henry Bradshaw) knew more about printed books……any man living.
  10. Are you impatient with the lark……he sings rather than talks?
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  1. Trust the man who hesitates in his speech and is quick and steady in action,……beware of long arguments and long beards.
  2. Religion does not banish mirth…….only moderates and sets rules to it.
  3. A man’s real character will always be more visible in his household…….anywhere else.
  4. My grandfather was old and gray-haired,……his heart leaped with joy whenever little Alice came fluttering, like a butterfly, into the room.
  5. He that is slow to anger is better…….the mighty.
  6. ……we approached the house, we heard the sound of music.
  7. The ravine was full of sand now,…….it had once been full of water.
  8. The harvest truly is plenteous,……the labourers are few.
  9. A vessel that once gets a crack,……it may be cunningly mended, will never stand such rough usage as a whole one.
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  10. Give every man thy ear,……few thy voice.
  1. Virtue…….wise action lies in the mean between the two extremes of too little and too much.
  2. And God called the light Day,…….the darkness He called Night.
  3. That is a good book which is opened with expectation,…….closed with profit.
  4. …..I was in Sri Lanka, I was particularly fascinated by the Coral Gardens of
    Hikkaduwa.
  5. The restoration crushed for a time the Puritan party,…….placed supreme power in the hands of a libertine.
  6. Of his voyage little is known,……that he amused himself with books and with his pen.
  7. ……she had given up novel writing, she was still fond of using her pen.
  8. ….. Addison was in Ireland, an event occurred to which he owes his high and
    permanent rank among British writers.
  9. …..life……property was safe, and the poor and the weak were oppressed by the strong.
  10. …..Greek and Latin,……also all Aryan languages have their peaceful words in common.
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  1. He was an oppressor;……he had at least the merit of protecting his people against all oppression except his own.
  2. People travelling in a spacecraft appear to be weightless……can move about…… there is no gravity in space.
  3. The right of self-defence is founded in the law of nature,……is not and cannot be
    superseded by the law of society.
  4. Let the super structure of life be enjoyment,…..let its foundation be in solid work.
  5. ……I was not a stranger to books, I had no practical acquaintance with them.
  6. Poetry takes me up so entirely……I scarce see what passes under my nose.
  7. A gentleman made it a rule in reading to skip over all sentences……he spied a note of admiration at the end.
  8. …….a fog rolled over the city in the small hours, the early part of the night was
    cloudless.
  9. …..I were personally your enemy, I might pity and forgive you.
  10. The teachers of morality discourse like angels,…….they live like men.
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  1. Massacres…….disorders never have the way to peace.
  2. Natural thirst is more deliciously gratified with water,……..artificial thirst is with wine.
  3. Woman was not meant to be……an unthinking drudge,…….the merely pretty ornament of man’s leisure.
  4. The real dignity of a man lies in what he has,……in what he is.
  5. They say the Lion and the Lizard keep the Courts…….Jamshyd gloried and drank deep.
  6. ……I am dead, my dearest, sing no sad songs for me.
  7. …….he [Lord Beaconsfield] was ambitious, his ambition was a noble one.
  8. Suffer the little children to come unto me, and forbid them not,…….of such is the
    Kingdom of God.
  9. Heard melodies are sweet,…….those unheard are sweeter.
  10. I awoke one morning…….found myself famous.
  1. ……the blind lead the blind, both shall fall into the ditch.
  2. One generation passeth away and other generation cometh,…….the earth abideth for
    ever.
  3. A man has no more right to say an uncivil thing…….to act one.
  4. Let us shun extremes,…….each extreme necessarily engenders its opposite.
  5. ……this be madness,…….there is method in it.
  6. The heavens declare the glory of God,…….the firmanent showeth His handi work.
  7. Every good tree bringeth forth good fruit,…….a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit.
  8. Small service is true service……..it lasts.
  9. For my part, I was always bungler at all kinds of sport that required……Patience……..
    adroitness.
  10. There are many truths of which the full meaning cannot be realized…….Personal
    experience has brought it home.
  11. He may be right……wrong in his opinion,……..he is too clearheaded to be unjust.

Answers:

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

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