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1. ________ it was raining, they went for the picnic. A. Although B. But C. Even though
2.Peter was playing all day, he was not tired ___________. A. although B. though C. even though
3.____________ Susan had a high fever, she still went swimming! A. Although B. Though C. Even though
4.___________ the storm, the Wong family still went on a trip. A. In spite of B. But C. Though
5._____________ shouting loudly for help, no one helped her. A. In spite of B. But C. Though
6.She thought she looked beautiful ________ she looked like a lion instead! A. in spite of B. but C. though
7._____________ what the doctor said, Gary’s father still smokes a lot every day. A. In spite of B. But C. Though
8.________________ invites her to go out, she refuses. A. No matter who B. No matter whom C. No matter whose
9._________ ice-cream is it, she still eats it without asking. A. No matter who B. No matter whom C. No matter whose
10.____________ she meets, she does not say hello. A. No matter who B. No matter whom C. No matter whose
11.The beef spaghetti is too sour ___________ she has added too much tomato sauce. A. since B. therefore C. although
12.She has cooked the steak for too long ___________ it is tough. A. since B. therefore C. although
13.She still ate it all ___________ the cake is burnt! A. since B. therefore C. although
14.The salad tasted bad _________ the rotten vegetables! A. because B. because of C. therefore
15.The fruit punch is not cold enough ____________ she has forgotten to put in ice. A. because B. because of C. therefore
Although+ A CLAUSE Even though In spite ofa noun Despite + a pronoun / v-ing Clauses of CONCESSION.
Although / Though and Despite / In spite of
ADVERB OF CONCESSION In Spite of & Despite SECONDARY 3.
Watching TV is good for you
ADVERB CLAUSES OF CONCESSION
But. but after but after since but after since after that.
LINKING WORDS Joining ideas Autor: Mgr. Jana Bálková Datum:
First Year of Junior High School Lesson 5. Writing ★
Strange foods 3201 Kang Yo Sae “Yuck! What is that ? I’m not going to eat that !” I want to ask if you have heard these words before ? You have probably.
Beth went to the shoe store. Beth went to the shoe store.
Compound & Complex Sentences
Presented by Lau Yuet Ching Do you have a healthy diet? Let’s watch a video about the Brown family.
Conjunctions and Complex sentences
Plot Diagram: The Chocolate Touch
LINKING WORDS FOR CONTRAST
What kind of story is it? It’s a fairy tales. When does the story take place? A long time ago./
Word List A.
I am late, but I still want to play. Sam ate the entire sandwich, and I watched him do it. You were rude, so they will not speak to you. What.
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