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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #75888: Connectors
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    1. I scolded him quite harshly he refrained from being shockingly irregular to school.
    2. He is quite a lovable fellow he tends to be utterly idiotic at times.
    3. He is not a bit gifted he puts in such diligent efforts that he does considerably better than is expected of him.
    4. All like him immensely the fact that he is at times rather dishonest.
    5. He stole-something beneath his dignity- the fact that he was utterly broke and very hungry.
    6. He is quite a generous fellow, his spouse is a shockingly selfish individual.
    7. I prefer reading, I believe that it is the one and only method with which to tone up my language.
    8. He is a very repulsive fellow, his ambitious nature makes him quite a dangerous customer!
    9. He is sunk, there is no hope left for him at all-such is his pathetic state of affairs!
    10. She is simply a wonderful person- a real angel to be precise!

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