Ex. 6: Conjunctions

Choose the most appropriate conjunctions for use in these complex sentences.

1. I didn't hear       he said. (Correct)(Incorrect)

I didn't hear what he said. (Correct)

2. Yesterday she came to work at ten o'clock. The manager asked her       she was late. (Correct)(Incorrect)

Yesterday she came to work at ten o'clock. The manager asked her why she was late. (Correct)

3. The man       brought it is in the hall. (Correct)(Incorrect)

The man who brought it is in the hall. (Correct)

4. Whose keys are these? – They are Mike's. I noticed them only       he left. (Correct)(Incorrect)

Whose keys are these? – They are Mike's. I noticed them only after he left. (Correct)

5. She has been studying French       she was a child. (Correct)(Incorrect)

She has been studying French since she was a child. (Correct)

6. She came back sooner       he had expected. (Correct)(Incorrect)

She came back sooner than he had expected. (Correct)

7. He didn't eat the salad       he doesn't like onions. (Correct)(Incorrect)

He didn't eat the salad because he doesn't like onions. (Correct)

8.       it happened, I was in my room. (Correct)(Incorrect)

When it happened, I was in my room. (Correct)

9.       he will agree to do it remains to be seen. (Correct)(Incorrect)

Whether he will agree to do it remains to be seen. (Correct)

10. She has an umbrella       it rains. (Correct)(Incorrect)

She has an umbrella in case it rains. (Correct)

Your result: 00% correct.