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  • English Item 07-09 Connecting Adverbs also :   in addition  She is my neighbor; she is also my best friend. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Connecting Adverbs besides :   in addition  I like the job. Besides , I need the money. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Connecting Adverbs consequently :   so  She had a fever; consequently , she stayed at home.  . www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
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  • English Item 07-09 Connecting Adverbs however :   but  We wanted to arrive on time; however , we were delayed by traffic. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
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  • English Item 07-09 Connecting Adverbs moreover :   in addition  She is very intelligent; moreover , she is very ambitious. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Connecting Adverbs nevertheless :   but  They are proud. Nevertheless , I like them. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Connecting Adverbs nonetheless :   but  The ascent was dangerous. Nonetheless , he decided to attempt it. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Connecting Adverbs otherwise :   if not, or else  We should consult them; otherwise , they may be upset. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Connecting Adverbs still :   but  It is a long way to the beach. Still , it is a fine day to go swimming. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Connecting Adverbs then :   so  If you are sure, then I must believe you. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Connecting Adverbs therefore :   for that reason  I was nervous; therefore , I could not do my best. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Subordinate Conjunctions As     1. because:  As he is my friend, I will help him. 2. when:  We watched as the plane took off. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Subordinate Conjunctions After     1. later in time:  After the train left, we went home. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Subordinate Conjunctions Although or though     1. in spite of the fact that:  Although it was after midnight, we did not feel tired. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Subordinate Conjunctions Before     1. earlier than:  I arrived before the stores were open. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Subordinate Conjunctions Because     1. for the reason that:  We had to wait, because we arrived early. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Subordinate Conjunctions For     1. for, because:  He is happy, for he enjoys his work. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Subordinate Conjunctions If     1. on condition that:  If she is here, we will see her. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Subordinate Conjunctions Lest     1. for fear that:  I watched closely, lest he make a mistake. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Subordinate Conjunctions Providing or provided     1. on condition that:  All will be well, providing you are careful. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Subordinate Conjunctions So or so that     1. consequently:  It was raining, so we did not go out. 2. in order that:  I am saving money so I can buy a bicycle. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Subordinate Conjunctions Since 1. from a past time:  I have been here since the sun rose. 2. as, because:  Since you are here, you can help me. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Subordinate Conjunctions So or so that     1. consequently:  It was raining, so we did not go out. 2. in order that:  I am saving money so I can buy a bicycle. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Subordinate Conjunctions Supposing     1. if:  Supposing that happens, what will you do? www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Subordinate Conjunctions Than     1. used in comparisons:  He is taller than you are. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Subordinate Conjunctions Unless     1. except when, if not:  Unless he helps us, we cannot succeed. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Subordinate Conjunctions Until or till     1. up to the time when:  I will wait until I hear from you. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Subordinate Conjunctions Whereas     1. because:  Whereas this is a public building, it is open to everyone. 2. on the other hand:  He is short, whereas you are tall. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Subordinate Conjunctions Whether 1. if:  I do not know whether she was invited. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Subordinate Conjunctions While 1. at the time when:  While it was snowing, we played cards. 2. on the other hand:  He is rich, while his friend is poor. 3. although:  While I am not an expert, I will do my best. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 The following phrases are often used at the beginning of subordinate clauses: As if 1. in a similar way:  She talks as if she knows everything. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 The following phrases are often used at the beginning of subordinate clauses: As long as 1. if:  As long as we cooperate, we can finish the work easily. 2. while:  He has lived there as long as I have known him. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 The following phrases are often used at the beginning of subordinate clauses: As soon as 1. immediately when:  Write to me as soon as you can. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 The following phrases are often used at the beginning of subordinate clauses: As though 1. in a similar way:  It looks as though there will be a storm. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 The following phrases are often used at the beginning of subordinate clauses: Even if   1. in spite of a possibility:  I am going out even if it rains. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 The following phrases are often used at the beginning of subordinate clauses: In case     1. because of a possibility:  Take a sweater in case it gets cold. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 The following phrases are often used at the beginning of subordinate clauses: Or else     1. otherwise:  Please be careful, or else you may have an accident. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 The following phrases are often used at the beginning of subordinate clauses: So as to     1. in order to:  I hurried so as to be on time. www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com
  • English Item 07-09 Connecting Adverbs www.upcatreview.com Source: FortuneCity.Com should be “or else” to convey a consequence of an action