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Exercise of Cunjunction

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Part one 



Incorrect use of conjunction
Correct use of conjunction


  • I would rather starve to beg.

  • I would rather starve than beg.

  • She should rather resign than handle this pressure.

  • She should rather resign than handle this pressure.

  • She has a car much bigger to yours.

  • She has a car much bigger than yours.

  • Do you doubt  I’ll not return your money?

  • Do you doubt that I’ll not return your money?

  • She has no idea that I’ll help her or not.

  • She has no idea whether I’ll help her or not.

  • My mother is more careful to my father in all her deeds.

  • My mother is more careful than father in all her deeds.

  • The reason why he is poor in match is  there is no regular classes of it.

  • The reason why he is poor in match is that there is no regular classes of it.

  • I would not accept any amount less this.

  • I would not accept any amount less than this.

  • You decide finally whether you want me in your life nor not.

  • You decide finally whether you want me in your life or not.

  • Are you her sister and sister in law?

  • Are you her sister or sister in law?

  • He has never come here since he has closed his shop here.

  • He has never come here since he closed his shop here.

  • Two months have passed since he has left to talk to me.

  • Two months have passed since he left to talk to me.

  • I kept busy with my work when they played

  • I kept busy with my work while they played

  • Work hard and don’t think anything rubbish.

  • Work hard or don’t think anything rubbish.

  • I had to keep awake when she slept.

  • I had to keep awake while she slept.

  • He asked  why I am doing this.

  • He asked that why I am doing this.

  • He said  “I will not help him.”

  • He said that “I will not help him.”

  • I am afraid he is a cheater.

  • I am afraid that he is a cheater.

  • I believe you will come.

  • I believe that you will come.

  • I know whatever you have you will offer him.

  • I know that whatever you have you will offer him.

  • She is sad for her father is no more.

  • She is sad because her father is no more.

  • We did not go out because it was raining.

  • We did not go out for it was raining.

  • She is sad since she is suffering from great loss.

  • She is sad because she is suffering from great loss.

  • Promise me when you come next you will return my books.

  • Promise me that when you come next you will return my books.


Part Tow

Incorrect use of conjunction
 Correct use of conjunction
Fill in the blanks…..
  • …………..he is efficient, he will be promoted.

  • If he is efficient, he will be promoted.

  • I’ll do it alone ……………if she doesn’t come to my help.

  • I’ll do it alone in case if she doesn't come to my help.

  • ………………… he is trustworthy I am going to deal with him.

  • Supposing he is trustworthy I am going to deal with him.

  • You will be promoted……………….. that you are efficient.

  • You will be promoted provided that you are efficient.

  • I am surprised  you are behaving so rudely.

  • I am surprised that you are behaving so rudely.

  • She was fined because she misbehaved with her classmate.

  • She was fined because she misbehaved with her classmate.

  • She will not board the train …………… you reach there.

  • She will not board the train until you reach there.

  • She wiped her tears as ………… her daughter arrived.

  • She wiped her tears as soon as her daughter arrived.

  • I shall get ready………….. the lunch is prepared.

  • I shall get ready before the lunch is prepared.

  • We shall go to shopping while you complete your working hours.

  • We shall go to shopping when you complete your working hours.

  • I stop cooking as soon …… the bell rang.

  • I stop cooking as soon as the bell rang.

  • ………. your behavior is good, you will be forbidden.

  • If your behavior is good, you will be forbidden.

  • ………. I am loyal to him, he will stand by me.

  • If I am loyal to him, he will stand by me.

  • If I won the lottery, I will give half the money to you.

  • If I won the lottery, I would give half the money to you.

  • If my 10 dress design selected, I will give you one of them free of cost.

  • If my 10 dress design selected, I would give you one of them free of cost.

  • Had I the wings of butterfly, I would flown  to you.

  • Had I the wings of butterfly, I would have flown to you.

  • Had I been graduate, I would got a job.

  • Had I been graduate, I would have got a job.

  • Though he was very busy but he came to meet me.

  • Though he was very busy yet he came to meet me.

  • He was rood for  he was very angry with him.

  • He was rood because he was very angry with him.

  • I took this mistake …………………I badly needed money.

  • I took this mistake because I badly needed money.

  • It was both hot but dry.

  • It was both hot and dry.

  • She has …………..a clever mind and a strong heart.

  • She has both a clever mind and a strong heart.

  • He didn't do and she neither didn't do .

  • He didn't do and she didn't do either.

  • I didn't go and either did he.

  • I didn't go and neither did he.

Part Three

Incorrect use of conjunction
Correct use of conjunction


  • Don’t shout unless you hear from me.

  • Don’t shout until you hear from me.

  • Work very hard least you may fail.

  • Work very hard least you should fail.

  • …………….she came I was in kitchen.

  • When she came I was in kitchen.

  • …………….. you show your honesty everyone will trust you.

  • If you show your honesty everyone will trust you.

  • You come either I can’t reach in time.

  • You come otherwise I can’t reach in time.

  • Some people waste water …….. others haven’t enough to eat.

  • Some people waste water while others haven’t enough to eat.

  • As the sun rises the fog disappeared.

  • As the sun rises the fog disappears.

  • Do ….. She likes.

  • Do as she likes.

  • It is month since the shop has opened.

  • It is month since the shop open.

  • She will go after her mother came.

  • She will go after her mother comes.

  • She lost not only her purset also her ticket.

  • She lost not only her purse but also her ticket.

  • His action was neither just or unjust.

  • His action was neither just nor unjust.

  • She is no other but my mother.

  • She is no other than my mother.

  • Many things have happen since I have left school.

  • Many things have happen since I left school.

  • Give every man the ear ……. few the tongues.

  • Give every man the ear but few the tongues.

  • …….. it is true of some it is not true of all.

  • While it is true of some it is not true of all.

  • No other …….your brother can help you.

  • No other than your brother can help you.

  • He is rich …… dishonest.

  • He is rich but dishonest.

  • Until you study hard you will get no success.

  • Unless you study hard you will get no success.

  • Come …….you please.

  • Come if you please.

  • Say me …… you want to buy.

  • Say me what you want to buy.

  • She speaks ……..slowly or softly.

  • She speaks slowly but softly.

  • The mirror will break as you drop it.

  • The mirror will break if you drop it.

  • Take a torch for the road is very dark.

  • Take a torch for the road is very dark.

  • I shall do it if you like it or not.

  • I shall do it whether you like it or not.

  • Do you doubt she is an honest lady?

  • Do you doubt that she is a honest lady.

  • I were your boss I would help you.

  • If I were your boss I would help you.

  • She is as brave like you.

  • She is as brave as you.

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