Conjunctions

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Conjunctions

  1. 1. Conjunctions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Adding information Option Contrast or opposition Cause Consequence and or or but although however though because due to as so then
  2. 2. Conjunctions Adding information and (positive) I love listening to music and playing the guitar. or (negative) He doesn’t go fishing or hunting. Option or Is John sleeping or having a shower? and … either We don’t watch TV at home. And we don’t listen to the radio, either . (negative)
  3. 3. Contrast or opposition but We live in London but last year we were living in Madrid. although Although he is a good football player, he will never play for a Premier League team. however Tom is a very nice person. However , he doesn’t have many friends. though Rick has got up early this morning. He hasn’t arrived to school on time, though . + sentence after a pause usually at the end of a sentence meaning ‘however’
  4. 4. Cause because He is wearing a plaster because he broke his leg last week. due to Due to his health problems he never travels by plane. as As they are very good at English, they normally work as turist guides. + noun phrase + sentence
  5. 5. Consequence so There aren’t any eggs at home so we can’t cook an omelette. then Mum is sleeping. Then , you don’t have to make any noise. + after a pause

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