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It was raining when he left.
I met Paul as I was coming home.
As soon as
I’ll phone you as soon as I arrive.
I've never seen Luc since he came back.
Yes ! I’ll phone you before I come.
Jane arrived after I’d left.
Go untill you reach her house.
I saw Jimmy while I was out running.
If I were rich I’d travel.
Lucie won’t help you unless you ask her too.
Take your umbrella in case it rains
In order to
So as to
I got up early to/… / catch the first train
Speak slowly so that I may understand you.
I can’t stay here because I don’t feel well.
As / since Betty wasn’t ready we went without her.
Although/though Jane hurried she was late.
Jeff is tall whereas Jim is short.
Mary had a bad cold so I took her to the doctor’s.
I stayed in my bed very late so that I missed my bus.
We all know that Matthew is right
We all know Matthew is right
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