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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #110719: Sentence Connectors
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Conjunctions [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - As... Like... As if/ as though... - Conjunctions - Though/ in spite of ...Concession - Whereas, Unless, Contrary to : contrasts - For /During /While - Whereas or While - Cause? Aim? Not mixing the two concepts ... - When + future or not-The very first steps...
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    English exercise "Sentence Connectors" created by zilazila with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from zilazila]
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    1. She is not the best cook, ( )   [ne...] she tries to do her best.

    2. I am not sure that I can ( )   [s...] fly the kite.

    3. She still wants to stay with him ( )   [ev...] he doesn't love her. (2 words)

    4. You think that I am telling a lie, but ( )   [on...], I am telling the truth. (3 words)

    5. I like to work with this new tablet. My son, ( )   [on...], prefers to work with the laptop. (4 words)

    6. ( )   [In...] his impolite behaviour, she still loves him. (3 words)

    7. ( )   [B...] being a good mother, she is a famous pilot.

    8. She is good at English, ( )   [m...], she is perfect at French.

    9. To improve your English, you should read a lot of books, ( )   [fu...], it can improve your writing too.

    10. ( )   [I...] you are good at English, but you cannot teach it in a good way.

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