6th Class English Conjunctions Question Bank

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  • question_answer1)

    Fill in the blanks using the correct options.
    The elder brother was naughty ________ the younger one was well-behaved.

    A) or

    B) whereas

    C) but

    D) also

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  • question_answer2)

    Fill in the blanks using the correct options.
    This is a time _________ you have to work harder.

    A) while

    B) whereas

    C) when

    D) how

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  • question_answer3)

    Fill in the blanks using the correct options.
    ________ everyone did well, Mohit was awarded the prize.

    A) Nevertheless

    B) Despite

    C) In spite of

    D) Although

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  • question_answer4)

    Fill in the blanks using the correct options.
    _______ the rain stopped, the children came out to play.

    A) While

    B) Although

    C) Before

    D) As soon as

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  • question_answer5)

    Fill in the blanks using the correct options.
    We won't need sugar, _______ you want to prepare sweets. I

    A) until

    B) whereas

    C) unless

    D) although

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  • question_answer6)

    Fill in the blanks using the correct options.
    The hill is steep ______ uneven to climb.

    A) but

    B) so

    C) and

    D) yet

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  • question_answer7)

    Fill in the blanks using the correct options.
    The followers gave a standing ovation ________ their favourite cricketer scored a century.

    A) while

    B) then

    C) so

    D) when

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  • question_answer8)

    Fill in the blanks using the correct options.
    The room was too warm, _______ I didn't switch on the fan.

    A) but

    B) since

    C) also

    D) therefore

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  • question_answer9)

    Fill in the blanks using the correct options.
    Exercising is difficult. _______ it is beneficial.

    A) Further

    B) Nevertheless

    C) Moreover

    D) So also

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  • question_answer10)

    Fill in the blanks using the correct options.
    Fish here is very rare, _______ we have stopped buying.

    A) but

    B) yet

    C) as

    D) so

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  • question_answer11)

    Select the option that can combine the two sentences correctly.
    He was running fever. He was also in great pain.

    A) and

    B) or

    C) but

    D) since

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  • question_answer12)

    Select the option that can combine the two sentences correctly.
    The farmer took care of the crop. He wanted to make profit.

    A) unless

    B) but

    C) such that

    D) as

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  • question_answer13)

    Select the option that can combine the two sentences correctly.
    He tried many ways. He could not unlock the door.

    A) and

    B) since

    C) but

    D) so

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  • question_answer14)

    Select the option that can combine the two sentences correctly.
    You can stay here. You can leave. The choice is yours.

    A) and

    B) or

    C) but

    D) since

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  • question_answer15)

    Select the option that can combine the two sentences correctly.
    Do not go. I come.

    A) and

    B) but

    C) until

    D) since

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  • question_answer16)

    Select the option that can combine the two sentences correctly.
    Improve your performance. Otherwise you won't receive the prize.

    A) until

    B) nevertheless

    C) such that

    D) unless

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  • question_answer17)

    Select the option that can combine the two sentences correctly.
    She was gentle. All liked her.

    A) so

    B) unless

    C) also

    D) but

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  • question_answer18)

    Select the option that can combine the two sentences correctly.
    She did not wear a sweater. It was cold.

    A) as

    B) as long as

    C) since

    D) although

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  • question_answer19)

    Select the option that can combine the two sentences correctly.
    You didn't call your father. You didn't come with your father.

    A) Either, or

    B) Neither, nor

    C) Both, and

    D) So, that

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  • question_answer20)

    Select the option that can combine the two sentences correctly.
    You can plant more trees. You can stop cutting trees.

    A) Either, since

    B) Neither, nor

    C) Both, and

    D) So, that

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  • question_answer21)

    Read the passage given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    On the third day of our trip, I woke up to the chirping of birds. Suman lay snoring beside me, a sound I was certain Q21 the sleeping crocodiles near the river bank would have heard. Q22. I had got accustomed to it over the past few days. The boat jerked Q23 I had an uneasy feeling as our guide manoeuvred the boat over several large rocks. The river was filled with rocks. Q24 usual our guide avoided them. 'Is that what I think it is?" My friend whispered. Q25 I could turn around, he pointed a finger on my left. "It should be half a kilometre ahead/' I mumbled. It turned out that Q26 Tom Q27 I were right. Three tiger cubs played among the tall grass. Their protective mother was only a stone's throw away, intelligently camouflaged Q28 watching patiently and sliently over her cubs. The three youngsters had a taste of freedom Q29 they had no idea that they were Q30 being watched over.

    A) but

    B) however

    C) even

    D) yet

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  • question_answer22)

    Read the passage given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    On the third day of our trip, I woke up to the chirping of birds. Suman lay snoring beside me, a sound I was certain Q21 the sleeping crocodiles near the river bank would have heard. Q22. I had got accustomed to it over the past few days. The boat jerked Q23 I had an uneasy feeling as our guide manoeuvred the boat over several large rocks. The river was filled with rocks. Q24 usual our guide avoided them. 'Is that what I think it is?" My friend whispered. Q25 I could turn around, he pointed a finger on my left. "It should be half a kilometre ahead/' I mumbled. It turned out that Q26 Tom Q27 I were right. Three tiger cubs played among the tall grass. Their protective mother was only a stone's throw away, intelligently camouflaged Q28 watching patiently and sliently over her cubs. The three youngsters had a taste of freedom Q29 they had no idea that they were Q30 being watched over.

    A) Besides

    B) However

    C) Nonetheless

    D) Hence

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  • question_answer23)

    Read the passage given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    On the third day of our trip, I woke up to the chirping of birds. Suman lay snoring beside me, a sound I was certain Q21 the sleeping crocodiles near the river bank would have heard. Q22. I had got accustomed to it over the past few days. The boat jerked Q23 I had an uneasy feeling as our guide manoeuvred the boat over several large rocks. The river was filled with rocks. Q24 usual our guide avoided them. 'Is that what I think it is?" My friend whispered. Q25 I could turn around, he pointed a finger on my left. "It should be half a kilometre ahead/' I mumbled. It turned out that Q26 Tom Q27 I were right. Three tiger cubs played among the tall grass. Their protective mother was only a stone's throw away, intelligently camouflaged Q28 watching patiently and sliently over her cubs. The three youngsters had a taste of freedom Q29 they had no idea that they were Q30 being watched over.

    A) but

    B) so

    C) because

    D) and

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  • question_answer24)

    Read the passage given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    On the third day of our trip, I woke up to the chirping of birds. Suman lay snoring beside me, a sound I was certain Q21 the sleeping crocodiles near the river bank would have heard. Q22. I had got accustomed to it over the past few days. The boat jerked Q23 I had an uneasy feeling as our guide manoeuvred the boat over several large rocks. The river was filled with rocks. Q24 usual our guide avoided them. 'Is that what I think it is?" My friend whispered. Q25 I could turn around, he pointed a finger on my left. "It should be half a kilometre ahead/' I mumbled. It turned out that Q26 Tom Q27 I were right. Three tiger cubs played among the tall grass. Their protective mother was only a stone's throw away, intelligently camouflaged Q28 watching patiently and sliently over her cubs. The three youngsters had a taste of freedom Q29 they had no idea that they were Q30 being watched over.

    A) So

    B) As

    C) Or

    D) But

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  • question_answer25)

    Read the passage given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    On the third day of our trip, I woke up to the chirping of birds. Suman lay snoring beside me, a sound I was certain Q21 the sleeping crocodiles near the river bank would have heard. Q22. I had got accustomed to it over the past few days. The boat jerked Q23 I had an uneasy feeling as our guide manoeuvred the boat over several large rocks. The river was filled with rocks. Q24 usual our guide avoided them. 'Is that what I think it is?" My friend whispered. Q25 I could turn around, he pointed a finger on my left. "It should be half a kilometre ahead/' I mumbled. It turned out that Q26 Tom Q27 I were right. Three tiger cubs played among the tall grass. Their protective mother was only a stone's throw away, intelligently camouflaged Q28 watching patiently and sliently over her cubs. The three youngsters had a taste of freedom Q29 they had no idea that they were Q30 being watched over.

    A) When

    B) While

    C) Before

    D) Until

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  • question_answer26)

    Read the passage given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    On the third day of our trip, I woke up to the chirping of birds. Suman lay snoring beside me, a sound I was certain Q21 the sleeping crocodiles near the river bank would have heard. Q22. I had got accustomed to it over the past few days. The boat jerked Q23 I had an uneasy feeling as our guide manoeuvred the boat over several large rocks. The river was filled with rocks. Q24 usual our guide avoided them. 'Is that what I think it is?" My friend whispered. Q25 I could turn around, he pointed a finger on my left. "It should be half a kilometre ahead/' I mumbled. It turned out that Q26 Tom Q27 I were right. Three tiger cubs played among the tall grass. Their protective mother was only a stone's throw away, intelligently camouflaged Q28 watching patiently and sliently over her cubs. The three youngsters had a taste of freedom Q29 they had no idea that they were Q30 being watched over.

    A) all

    B) as

    C) both

    D) yet

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  • question_answer27)

    Read the passage given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    On the third day of our trip, I woke up to the chirping of birds. Suman lay snoring beside me, a sound I was certain Q21 the sleeping crocodiles near the river bank would have heard. Q22. I had got accustomed to it over the past few days. The boat jerked Q23 I had an uneasy feeling as our guide manoeuvred the boat over several large rocks. The river was filled with rocks. Q24 usual our guide avoided them. 'Is that what I think it is?" My friend whispered. Q25 I could turn around, he pointed a finger on my left. "It should be half a kilometre ahead/' I mumbled. It turned out that Q26 Tom Q27 I were right. Three tiger cubs played among the tall grass. Their protective mother was only a stone's throw away, intelligently camouflaged Q28 watching patiently and sliently over her cubs. The three youngsters had a taste of freedom Q29 they had no idea that they were Q30 being watched over.

    A) as well as

    B) and

    C) since

    D) or

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  • question_answer28)

    Read the passage given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    On the third day of our trip, I woke up to the chirping of birds. Suman lay snoring beside me, a sound I was certain Q21 the sleeping crocodiles near the river bank would have heard. Q22. I had got accustomed to it over the past few days. The boat jerked Q23 I had an uneasy feeling as our guide manoeuvred the boat over several large rocks. The river was filled with rocks. Q24 usual our guide avoided them. 'Is that what I think it is?" My friend whispered. Q25 I could turn around, he pointed a finger on my left. "It should be half a kilometre ahead/' I mumbled. It turned out that Q26 Tom Q27 I were right. Three tiger cubs played among the tall grass. Their protective mother was only a stone's throw away, intelligently camouflaged Q28 watching patiently and sliently over her cubs. The three youngsters had a taste of freedom Q29 they had no idea that they were Q30 being watched over.

    A) also

    B) so

    C) but

    D) until

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  • question_answer29)

    Read the passage given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    On the third day of our trip, I woke up to the chirping of birds. Suman lay snoring beside me, a sound I was certain Q21 the sleeping crocodiles near the river bank would have heard. Q22. I had got accustomed to it over the past few days. The boat jerked Q23 I had an uneasy feeling as our guide manoeuvred the boat over several large rocks. The river was filled with rocks. Q24 usual our guide avoided them. 'Is that what I think it is?" My friend whispered. Q25 I could turn around, he pointed a finger on my left. "It should be half a kilometre ahead/' I mumbled. It turned out that Q26 Tom Q27 I were right. Three tiger cubs played among the tall grass. Their protective mother was only a stone's throw away, intelligently camouflaged Q28 watching patiently and sliently over her cubs. The three youngsters had a taste of freedom Q29 they had no idea that they were Q30 being watched over.

    A) if

    B) or

    C) so

    D) but

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  • question_answer30)

    Read the passage given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    On the third day of our trip, I woke up to the chirping of birds. Suman lay snoring beside me, a sound I was certain Q21 the sleeping crocodiles near the river bank would have heard. Q22. I had got accustomed to it over the past few days. The boat jerked Q23 I had an uneasy feeling as our guide manoeuvred the boat over several large rocks. The river was filled with rocks. Q24 usual our guide avoided them. 'Is that what I think it is?" My friend whispered. Q25 I could turn around, he pointed a finger on my left. "It should be half a kilometre ahead/' I mumbled. It turned out that Q26 Tom Q27 I were right. Three tiger cubs played among the tall grass. Their protective mother was only a stone's throw away, intelligently camouflaged Q28 watching patiently and sliently over her cubs. The three youngsters had a taste of freedom Q29 they had no idea that they were Q30 being watched over.

    A) yet

    B) and

    C) since

    D) still

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  • question_answer31)

    Choose the correct options to fill in the blanks.
    The boy is crying _______ he is hungry.

    A) if

    B) because

    C) for

    D) that

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  • question_answer32)

    Choose the correct options to fill in the blanks.
    Is he going to read

    A) unless

    B) or

    C) and

    D) and

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  • question_answer33)

    Choose the correct options to fill in the blanks.
    I have known him

    A) before

    B) when

    C) since

    D) after

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  • question_answer34)

    Choose the correct options to fill in the blanks.
    Mr. Krishna had a bad cold ____ he lost his voice.

    A) because

    B) because of which

    C) owing to

    D) as

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  • question_answer35)

    Choose the correct options to fill in the blanks.
    Asma writes slowly ________ neatly.

    A) yet

    B) or

    C) but

    D) because

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  • question_answer36)

    Choose the correct options to fill in the blanks.
    Strike the iron _______ it is hot.

    A) than

    B) while

    C) that

    D) unless

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  • question_answer37)

    Choose the correct options to fill in the blanks.
    _______ you work hard, you will fail.

    A) If

    B) Unless

    C) Because

    D) When

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  • question_answer38)

    Choose the correct options to fill in the blanks.
    Please wait there _---_______ I return.

    A) till

    B) still

    C) or

    D) but

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  • question_answer39)

    Choose the correct options to fill in the blanks.
    I ran fast ________ missed the bus.

    A) though

    B) but

    C) because

    D) unless

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  • question_answer40)

    Choose the correct options to fill in the blanks.
    She failed _________ she did not study regularly.

    A) and

    B) since

    C) because

    D) although

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