Grammar snacks: Conjunctions: and, or, but, so, because and although - answers
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Answers to Conjunctions: and, or, but, so, because
and although - exercises
1. Check your grammar: matching – conjunctions
1. h
5. g
2. e
6. b
3. d
7. a
4. f
8. c
2. Check your grammar: multiple choice - conjunctions
1.
I'd love to stay but I have to catch my bus.
2.
His hot chocolate was too hot so he put some cold milk in it.
3.
Although we had an umbrella, we got extremely wet.
4.
I only passed my exam because you helped me.
5.
They were hungry so they made some sandwiches.
6.
We can go to the pool or we can go horse-riding, whichever you prefer.
7.
She didn't want him to see her so she hid behind a plant.
8.
He's in the town centre because he wants to look for shoes.
3. Check your grammar: rewrite the sentence - conjunctions
1.
I don't eat cheese or butter.
2.
I like him but he's annoying. or He's annoying but I like him. or He's annoying, but I like him.
3.
We're not very hungry so we're having salad for lunch. or We're not very hungry, so we're having
salad for lunch.
4.
Although she has very pale skin, she doesn't use much suncream. or She doesn't use much
suncream, although she has very pale skin.
5.
He's been to China and Brazil this year. or He's been to China and to Brazil this year. or This
year, he's been to China and Brazil.
6.
Would you rather go to Paris or Budapest? or Would you like to go to Paris or Budapest? or
Would you like to go to Paris or to Budapest? or Would you rather go to Paris or to Budapest?
7.
He's very tired today because he went to bed late last night.
8.
It's quite a long way away although it looks very near.