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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #15162: Transition words 1
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    Transition words 1

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    1. Mary's work is wonderful : she got a raise

    2. Lucie was a terrible employee ; she got promoted

    3. We hope to receive the order on time; we will cancel.

    4. Bernie had seniority; he was laid off

    5. to your request of last week, we are sending you a catalog

    6. She was attractive; she was not beautiful

    7. last week, she has not been the same.

    8. the boss arrives, I am the one who makes rules.

    9. he can, the director will receive you

    10. Please be on time; try to be early.

    11. we are thinking of expending.

    12. fulfill his contact, he will have to submit his sketches by Friday.

    13. an invoice is paid by cheque,make sure it is deposited as soon as possible.

    14. Our company expanded; we hired new personnel.

    15. you can type a new letter.

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