Conjunctions Excercises

Conjunctions are the part of speech that is used to connect various parts of the sentence.

Types of Conjunction

Subordinate Conjunction: These conjunctions join the dependent clauses to independent ones. Example: unless, as soon as, unless etc.


Coordinate Conjunction: These conjunctions join two or more sentences or words of the same syntactic importance. Example: For, But, Yet etc.


Correlative Conjunction: These are the conjunctions that are used in pairs always. Example: either/or, neither/nor etc.


Take the quiz

I was sick ____ I couldn’t go to the office.

So

As

Why

How

Answer

Answer: so


You can choose to go by ____ plane ___ train. It’s completely up to you.

a/or

either/ or

the/or

None

Answer

Answer: Either/or


Maria got good grades ______ she studies every day.

As

Else

Because

That

Answer

Answer: Because


I would love to come _____ I have work today.

Else

But

Or

For

Answer

Answer: but


My brother is very fond of pets. He just brought a dog ____ a cat home.

And

Also

Or

It

Answer

Answer: and


Strange, ___ it may sound, I don’t like rains.

That

As

If

Well

Answer

Answer: as


We will reach there _________ you put the phone down.

As soon as

Almost

When

About

Answer

Answer: as soon as


I don’t get angry _____ someone speaks about my family.

Unless

As

Before

Until

Answer

Answer: unless


_____ It was cold, we had ice-cream.

Atlast

Whether

Although

Unless

Answer

Answer: Although


They do not smoke, ____ do they eat non-veg.

Nor

Or

Else

Same

Answer

Answer: nor