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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #75418: Conjunctions
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    1. You simply can't achieve success you put in the requisite amount of hard work.
    2. I loved going through the book I found the language rather difficult for me to understand.
    3. He ran away from home he knew his father would belt him mercilessly for failing in his examinations.
    4. I ran with amazing speed, I missed the bus!
    5. I had to go to my grandfather's place my father desired it.
    6. " the facts are laid bare, I'll give you a fine spanking." I said to the little fellow.
    7. I supported him financially I found him to be extremely sincere and industrious.
    8. You will do splendidly in life you work tirelessly!
    9. I waited quite patiently my friend returned and then gave him a piece of my mind!
    10. He found his most-prized possession(his thesaurus!) he had absent-mindedly left it.

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