SEE REPORT ? Exercise 2 - Conjunctions
Choose the correct way of combining the sentences using conjunctions.

1. Alicia has read about computers. Alicia has read about the Internet. Alicia has taken classes in computer programming. Alicia has taken classes in computer applications.


2. Koichi has traveled by car. Koichi has traveled by bus. Koichi has traveled by train. Koichi has not traveled by ship. Koichi has not traveled by plane. Koichi has not traveled by balloon.


3. Beth loves to play volleyball. Edith loves to play volleyball. Yuko doesn't like sports. Kimie doesn't like sports.


4. Last night, Susan watched some TV. Susan surfed the Internet. Susan listened to some music. Susan read the newspaper. Today, Susan has to do some serious work.


5. Mrs. Kendrick owns real estate. Mrs. Kendrick owns stocks. Mrs. Kendrick owns bonds. Mrs. Kendrick has to sell some stocks to pay her taxes. Mrs. Kendrick has to sell some bonds to pay her taxes.


6. Eleanor has good computer skills and can type 85 words a minute. Brice has good computer skills and can type 85 words a minute. They both got jobs as secretaries.


7. It was an extremely cold day. Tim put on a heavy sweater. Tim put on a warm jacket. Tim didn't wear a hat. Tim didn't wear a scarf.


8. My condo has no air conditioning. This apartment has no closet space. This apartment has a broken stove. This apartment has peeling paint. I really need to find a new place.


9. I can sleep on the couch. I can sleep on the floor. You don't have to give me your bed.


10. The fire department save a historical building from fire. The department helped a man who had had a heart attack.


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