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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #82950: Conjunctive Adverbs
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    Conjunctive Adverbs


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    1. My parents and I wanted to go for a walk; , it started to rain and we stayed at home.

    2. He has studied Polish since December 2000; he still has some difficulties in communicating.

    3. I was very tired. , I went to bed.

    4. Monica helped me in my bad situation. She is, , my friend.

    5. He is a very stupid man; , his brother is very clever.

    6. The boy hadn't seen his sister since 1980 ; , he recognized her immediately when he saw her.

    7. This is Paul. He's my husband's friend, than mine.

    8. Ted is very good at maths; , he isn't very good at Polish.

    9. The weather wasn't nice. It rained very hard. , the game was cancelled.

    10. Yesterday Silvia was ill and should have stayed home; , she went to school.









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