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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #90865: Conjunctions
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    Conjunctions


    • Except is no longer used as a conjunction equivalent to unless.
    • The use of without as a conjunction equivalent to unless is now considered poor English.
    • The adverb like is often wrongly used as a conjunction instead of as.




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    1. you apologise I'll punish you.

    2. He speaks his father.

    3. Scarcely had he gone a policeman knocked at the door.

    4. No sooner had he returned he was off again.

    5. He watched his hand nor his face.

    6. He not only lost his ticket, his luggage.

    7. Do not trouble yourself about writing to me, you are quite in the humour for it.

    8. Such goods are made for export, and are or never used in this country.

    9. the session of 1999 commenced, the Government was pressed to do something for the unemployed.

    10. I shall not go you do.









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