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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #99779: Linking words
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    1. I can't help admiring the man's courage, I do not approve of his methods.

    2. They rushed to the hospital, they were too late.

    3. you look at it, it was a wicked thing to do.

    4. in most of the world they drive on the right, in the UK and Japan they drive on the left.

    5. the city spent over $1 billion on its museums and stadium, it failed to look after its schools.

    6. He began his academic career as a mathematician. , his main achievements were in the field of nuclear physics.

    7. She'd not skied before but she insisted on coming with us .

    8. Her books are fascinating often rather disturbing.

    9. you are in the middle of the city, you feel as if you are in the countryside.

    10. A series of studies 20 years ago suggested that there was a link between watching violent films and violent behaviour. , the results still remain highly controversial.

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