Worksheet: Azar: Fundamentals of English Grammar, Chart 8-1, 8-2

Chapter (8)
Connecting Ideas
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Chapter (8)

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Connecting Ideas
Date ______________
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Compound Sentences
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Ch. 8 classroom task

  1. 1. Worksheet: Azar: Fundamentals of English Grammar, Chart 8-1, 8-2 Chapter (8) Connecting Ideas Page 2 of 3 Name _____________________ Date ________________ Using “And,” “But,” & “Or” Exercise Directions: Fill in the lines with the most logical response of “and”, “but”, or “or”. 1. That pizza is delicious, _______ it is a good price. 2. My car is old, _______ it runs well. 3. We are going to the movies, _______ we are going out to dinner afterwards. 4. Are you going to Puerto Rico for vacation, _______ are you going to visit your family in Cuba? 5. The students want to make A’s on their test, _______ they do not want to study very hard. 6. My family went to the mountains, _______ we skied all day. 7. That is a beautiful necklace, _______ did you know that a diamond was missing? 8. The Smith family wants to go out to dinner tonight, _______ they have to go to baseball practice. 9. Maria can speak Spanish, _______ she can’t speak Greek. 10. Do you want to learn Spanish, _______ do you want to learn Greek. You can only afford to take one course right now. Score _____ Professor Kelly Kennedy-Isern Miami Dade College, 2005 Document downloaded from the "For the Classroom" area of the Azar Grammar Exchange website. www.longman.com/grammarexchange. Pearson Education.
  2. 2. Chapter (8) Name __________________________ Connecting Ideas Date ______________ Page 3 of 3 Compound Sentences Directions: Insert the correct coordinating conjunction. Use and, or, but, or so. 1. We are going to have spaghetti for dinner, _______ we are going to have ice cream for dessert. 2. It is my birthday, _______ I have to go to work. I wish that I could stay home and relax. 3. Would you like to play tennis, ______ would you like to go to the golf course? 4. It is raining, ______ she is not wearing a raincoat. 5. It is cold outside, ______ we can’t go swimming. 6. I’m hungry, _______ I don’t have time to eat. 7. I enjoy opera, _______ I like the ballet. 8. She’s a trustworthy friend, _______ I tell her my secrets. 9. I want to go to school, _______ I don’t have enough money. 10. We can go to the movies, _______ we can rent a video. Score _____ Professor Kelly Kennedy-Isern Miami-Dade College, 2004 Document downloaded from the “For the Classroom” area of The Grammar Exchange website, www.longman.com/grammarexchange. Pearson Education.

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