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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #106912: Linking words
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    1. him, I really like driving.

    2. He keeps on smoking, his illness.

    3. I won't come you phone me at home.

    4. Shortly police arrested five thieves.

    5. We stayed at home of the weather.

    6. He was injured unable to run.

    7. John has a nice car; , he isn't all that happy.

    8. it rained almost every day, they enjoyed their trip.

    9. He hasn't done his homework; , he won't be able to go to the party.

    10. His refusal was his past experiences.

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