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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122053: Connectors
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    1. Her son is very intelligent. ( )   [H...], he is a little lazy.

    2. His wife is very thrifty. ( )   [In...], he is very prodigal. (2 words)

    3. She was very tired and wanted to sleep more. ( )   [Ne...], she got up early to do a lot of work.

    4. I don't think my mother is angry with me. ( )   [No...], I will talk to her as soon as possible.

    5. I like to eat some candies. ( )   [On...], my doctor has forbidden me to eat candies. (4 words)

    6. She doesn't want to go to his wedding and ( )   [in...], she hasn't been invited. (3 words)

    7. This dress is very beautiful. ( )   [Al...], I don't think you should wear it on your birthday party. (3 words)

    8. ( )   [A...] that table was very expensive, he bought it for her sister.

    9. Her daughter is good at painting, ( )   [w...] her sons are good at literature.

    10. I took some eggs and milk ( )   [s...] I could make some pancakes. (2 words)

    11. My brother didn't tell me he bought a new house. ( )   [T...], we can't go and help him now.

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