# 8th Class English Conjunctions Question Bank

### done Conjunctions

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Together, Ali ______ Ahmed will compete in the race.

A) but

B) with

C) And

D) yet

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______ you do anything else, clear up this mess first.

A) Before

B) After

C) While

D) Unless

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Elephants like to eat leaves ____ they are herbivorous.

A) Although

B) yet

C) Unless

D) since

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The baby falls asleep ______ her mother sings her a lullaby.

A) Unless

B) until

C) Whenever

D) although

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Our school choir sang the school song ____ the school flag was raised.

A) Before

B) as

C) Throughout

D) until

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_____ Kamala likes to sing, her twin sister prefers to dance.

A) As

B) Whenever

C) Since

D) While

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They have not been to Delhi ______ last summer.

A) By

B) for

C) Until

D) since

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_____ the blue dress _____ the yellow one lock too gaudy. I like neither.

A) Either, or

B) Neither, nor

C) Both, or

D) Both, and

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_____ we comforted her, she would not be consoled when she missed her excursion trip.

A) Although

B) For

C) Since

D) Therefore

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We tried hard to convince her _____ she stood firm.

A) And

B) but

C) or

D) unless

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 Read the passages that follow and select the correct options to replace the corresponding underlined portions. This is how you make a call from a public telephone. $\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}$, lift the receiver. $\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}$, drop your money into the slot of the coin box. There are three slots, $\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}$ be sure that you drop your coin into the correct one. $\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}$ will be the slot that is about the size of the coin. $\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}$ dial the number you want. When the other side answers, press Button A. Do not press Button A $\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}$ you are sure that your call has got through. Do not misuse public telephones. $\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}$ you damage a public telephone you may regret it $\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}$ when you need to make an urgent call.

A) Initially

B) First

C) Least

D) Finally

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 Read the passages that follow and select the correct options to replace the corresponding underlined portions. This is how you make a call from a public telephone. $\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}$, lift the receiver. $\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}$, drop your money into the slot of the coin box. There are three slots, $\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}$ be sure that you drop your coin into the correct one. $\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}$ will be the slot that is about the size of the coin. $\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}$ dial the number you want. When the other side answers, press Button A. Do not press Button A $\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}$ you are sure that your call has got through. Do not misuse public telephones. $\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}$ you damage a public telephone you may regret it $\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}$ when you need to make an urgent call.

A) Well

B) Lastly

C) Then

D) When

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 Read the passages that follow and select the correct options to replace the corresponding underlined portions. This is how you make a call from a public telephone. $\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}$, lift the receiver. $\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}$, drop your money into the slot of the coin box. There are three slots, $\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}$ be sure that you drop your coin into the correct one. $\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}$ will be the slot that is about the size of the coin. $\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}$ dial the number you want. When the other side answers, press Button A. Do not press Button A $\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}$ you are sure that your call has got through. Do not misuse public telephones. $\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}$ you damage a public telephone you may regret it $\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}$ when you need to make an urgent call.

A) while

B) thus

C) Before

D) so

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 Read the passages that follow and select the correct options to replace the corresponding underlined portions. This is how you make a call from a public telephone. $\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}$, lift the receiver. $\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}$, drop your money into the slot of the coin box. There are three slots, $\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}$ be sure that you drop your coin into the correct one. $\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}$ will be the slot that is about the size of the coin. $\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}$ dial the number you want. When the other side answers, press Button A. Do not press Button A $\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}$ you are sure that your call has got through. Do not misuse public telephones. $\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}$ you damage a public telephone you may regret it $\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}$ when you need to make an urgent call.

A) Which

B) When

C) That

D) This

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 Read the passages that follow and select the correct options to replace the corresponding underlined portions. This is how you make a call from a public telephone. $\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}$, lift the receiver. $\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}$, drop your money into the slot of the coin box. There are three slots, $\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}$ be sure that you drop your coin into the correct one. $\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}$ will be the slot that is about the size of the coin. $\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}$ dial the number you want. When the other side answers, press Button A. Do not press Button A $\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}$ you are sure that your call has got through. Do not misuse public telephones. $\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}$ you damage a public telephone you may regret it $\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}$ when you need to make an urgent call.

A) While

B) Thus

C) That

D) Then

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 Read the passages that follow and select the correct options to replace the corresponding underlined portions. This is how you make a call from a public telephone. $\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}$, lift the receiver. $\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}$, drop your money into the slot of the coin box. There are three slots, $\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}$ be sure that you drop your coin into the correct one. $\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}$ will be the slot that is about the size of the coin. $\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}$ dial the number you want. When the other side answers, press Button A. Do not press Button A $\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}$ you are sure that your call has got through. Do not misuse public telephones. $\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}$ you damage a public telephone you may regret it $\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}$ when you need to make an urgent call.

A) finally

B) until

C) however

D) then

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 Read the passages that follow and select the correct options to replace the corresponding underlined portions. This is how you make a call from a public telephone. $\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}$, lift the receiver. $\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}$, drop your money into the slot of the coin box. There are three slots, $\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}$ be sure that you drop your coin into the correct one. $\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}$ will be the slot that is about the size of the coin. $\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}$ dial the number you want. When the other side answers, press Button A. Do not press Button A $\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}$ you are sure that your call has got through. Do not misuse public telephones. $\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}$ you damage a public telephone you may regret it $\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}$ when you need to make an urgent call.

A) When

B) While

C) If

D) Or

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 Read the passages that follow and select the correct options to replace the corresponding underlined portions. This is how you make a call from a public telephone. $\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}$, lift the receiver. $\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}$, drop your money into the slot of the coin box. There are three slots, $\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}$ be sure that you drop your coin into the correct one. $\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}$ will be the slot that is about the size of the coin. $\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}$ dial the number you want. When the other side answers, press Button A. Do not press Button A $\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}$ you are sure that your call has got through. Do not misuse public telephones. $\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}$ you damage a public telephone you may regret it $\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}$ when you need to make an urgent call.

A) also

B) later

C) Where

D) while

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 Read the passages that follow and select the correct options to replace the corresponding underlined portions. $\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}$, solutions must be found to resolve the issue of drug abuse. $\underline{\mathbf{Q20}}$, the young must be educated on the dangers of drug abuse to prevent them from experimenting with dangerous substances. $\underline{\mathbf{Q21}}$, there needs to be more effective law enforcement to stop the distribution of drugs. Drug pushers must be caught $\underline{\mathbf{Q22}}$ severely punished. $\underline{\mathbf{Q23}}$, drug addicts need to be given help to get rid of their addiction. Better ways need to be found to rehabilitate them $\underline{\mathbf{Q24}}$ they can keep away from drugs and become useful citizens again. $\underline{\mathbf{Q25}}$, drug abuse creates a group of people who are unable to work or study, and $\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}$ unable to benefit society. Efforts are needed to stamp out this problem. The individual, the public and the authorities must work hand in hand $\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}$ rid the society of the terrible effects of drug abuse.

A) Clearly

B) Fortunately

C) Finely

D) Fairly

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 Read the passages that follow and select the correct options to replace the corresponding underlined portions. $\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}$, solutions must be found to resolve the issue of drug abuse. $\underline{\mathbf{Q20}}$, the young must be educated on the dangers of drug abuse to prevent them from experimenting with dangerous substances. $\underline{\mathbf{Q21}}$, there needs to be more effective law enforcement to stop the distribution of drugs. Drug pushers must be caught $\underline{\mathbf{Q22}}$ severely punished. $\underline{\mathbf{Q23}}$, drug addicts need to be given help to get rid of their addiction. Better ways need to be found to rehabilitate them $\underline{\mathbf{Q24}}$ they can keep away from drugs and become useful citizens again. $\underline{\mathbf{Q25}}$, drug abuse creates a group of people who are unable to work or study, and $\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}$ unable to benefit society. Efforts are needed to stamp out this problem. The individual, the public and the authorities must work hand in hand $\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}$ rid the society of the terrible effects of drug abuse.

A) Firstly

B) Initially

C) Finally

D) Least

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 Read the passages that follow and select the correct options to replace the corresponding underlined portions. $\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}$, solutions must be found to resolve the issue of drug abuse. $\underline{\mathbf{Q20}}$, the young must be educated on the dangers of drug abuse to prevent them from experimenting with dangerous substances. $\underline{\mathbf{Q21}}$, there needs to be more effective law enforcement to stop the distribution of drugs. Drug pushers must be caught $\underline{\mathbf{Q22}}$ severely punished. $\underline{\mathbf{Q23}}$, drug addicts need to be given help to get rid of their addiction. Better ways need to be found to rehabilitate them $\underline{\mathbf{Q24}}$ they can keep away from drugs and become useful citizens again. $\underline{\mathbf{Q25}}$, drug abuse creates a group of people who are unable to work or study, and $\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}$ unable to benefit society. Efforts are needed to stamp out this problem. The individual, the public and the authorities must work hand in hand $\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}$ rid the society of the terrible effects of drug abuse.

A) Firstly

B) Secondly

C) Initially

D) Lastly

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 Read the passages that follow and select the correct options to replace the corresponding underlined portions. $\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}$, solutions must be found to resolve the issue of drug abuse. $\underline{\mathbf{Q20}}$, the young must be educated on the dangers of drug abuse to prevent them from experimenting with dangerous substances. $\underline{\mathbf{Q21}}$, there needs to be more effective law enforcement to stop the distribution of drugs. Drug pushers must be caught $\underline{\mathbf{Q22}}$ severely punished. $\underline{\mathbf{Q23}}$, drug addicts need to be given help to get rid of their addiction. Better ways need to be found to rehabilitate them $\underline{\mathbf{Q24}}$ they can keep away from drugs and become useful citizens again. $\underline{\mathbf{Q25}}$, drug abuse creates a group of people who are unable to work or study, and $\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}$ unable to benefit society. Efforts are needed to stamp out this problem. The individual, the public and the authorities must work hand in hand $\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}$ rid the society of the terrible effects of drug abuse.

A) hence

B) but

C) And

D) or

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 Read the passages that follow and select the correct options to replace the corresponding underlined portions. $\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}$, solutions must be found to resolve the issue of drug abuse. $\underline{\mathbf{Q20}}$, the young must be educated on the dangers of drug abuse to prevent them from experimenting with dangerous substances. $\underline{\mathbf{Q21}}$, there needs to be more effective law enforcement to stop the distribution of drugs. Drug pushers must be caught $\underline{\mathbf{Q22}}$ severely punished. $\underline{\mathbf{Q23}}$, drug addicts need to be given help to get rid of their addiction. Better ways need to be found to rehabilitate them $\underline{\mathbf{Q24}}$ they can keep away from drugs and become useful citizens again. $\underline{\mathbf{Q25}}$, drug abuse creates a group of people who are unable to work or study, and $\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}$ unable to benefit society. Efforts are needed to stamp out this problem. The individual, the public and the authorities must work hand in hand $\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}$ rid the society of the terrible effects of drug abuse.

A) However

B) All in all

D) Therefore

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 Read the passages that follow and select the correct options to replace the corresponding underlined portions. $\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}$, solutions must be found to resolve the issue of drug abuse. $\underline{\mathbf{Q20}}$, the young must be educated on the dangers of drug abuse to prevent them from experimenting with dangerous substances. $\underline{\mathbf{Q21}}$, there needs to be more effective law enforcement to stop the distribution of drugs. Drug pushers must be caught $\underline{\mathbf{Q22}}$ severely punished. $\underline{\mathbf{Q23}}$, drug addicts need to be given help to get rid of their addiction. Better ways need to be found to rehabilitate them $\underline{\mathbf{Q24}}$ they can keep away from drugs and become useful citizens again. $\underline{\mathbf{Q25}}$, drug abuse creates a group of people who are unable to work or study, and $\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}$ unable to benefit society. Efforts are needed to stamp out this problem. The individual, the public and the authorities must work hand in hand $\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}$ rid the society of the terrible effects of drug abuse.

A) as of

B) as also

C) So that

D) even if

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 Read the passages that follow and select the correct options to replace the corresponding underlined portions. $\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}$, solutions must be found to resolve the issue of drug abuse. $\underline{\mathbf{Q20}}$, the young must be educated on the dangers of drug abuse to prevent them from experimenting with dangerous substances. $\underline{\mathbf{Q21}}$, there needs to be more effective law enforcement to stop the distribution of drugs. Drug pushers must be caught $\underline{\mathbf{Q22}}$ severely punished. $\underline{\mathbf{Q23}}$, drug addicts need to be given help to get rid of their addiction. Better ways need to be found to rehabilitate them $\underline{\mathbf{Q24}}$ they can keep away from drugs and become useful citizens again. $\underline{\mathbf{Q25}}$, drug abuse creates a group of people who are unable to work or study, and $\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}$ unable to benefit society. Efforts are needed to stamp out this problem. The individual, the public and the authorities must work hand in hand $\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}$ rid the society of the terrible effects of drug abuse.

A) Fairly

B) Easily

C) Unfortunately

D) Roughly

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 Read the passages that follow and select the correct options to replace the corresponding underlined portions. $\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}$, solutions must be found to resolve the issue of drug abuse. $\underline{\mathbf{Q20}}$, the young must be educated on the dangers of drug abuse to prevent them from experimenting with dangerous substances. $\underline{\mathbf{Q21}}$, there needs to be more effective law enforcement to stop the distribution of drugs. Drug pushers must be caught $\underline{\mathbf{Q22}}$ severely punished. $\underline{\mathbf{Q23}}$, drug addicts need to be given help to get rid of their addiction. Better ways need to be found to rehabilitate them $\underline{\mathbf{Q24}}$ they can keep away from drugs and become useful citizens again. $\underline{\mathbf{Q25}}$, drug abuse creates a group of people who are unable to work or study, and $\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}$ unable to benefit society. Efforts are needed to stamp out this problem. The individual, the public and the authorities must work hand in hand $\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}$ rid the society of the terrible effects of drug abuse.

A) while

B) thus

C) That

D) then

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 Read the passages that follow and select the correct options to replace the corresponding underlined portions. $\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}$, solutions must be found to resolve the issue of drug abuse. $\underline{\mathbf{Q20}}$, the young must be educated on the dangers of drug abuse to prevent them from experimenting with dangerous substances. $\underline{\mathbf{Q21}}$, there needs to be more effective law enforcement to stop the distribution of drugs. Drug pushers must be caught $\underline{\mathbf{Q22}}$ severely punished. $\underline{\mathbf{Q23}}$, drug addicts need to be given help to get rid of their addiction. Better ways need to be found to rehabilitate them $\underline{\mathbf{Q24}}$ they can keep away from drugs and become useful citizens again. $\underline{\mathbf{Q25}}$, drug abuse creates a group of people who are unable to work or study, and $\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}$ unable to benefit society. Efforts are needed to stamp out this problem. The individual, the public and the authorities must work hand in hand $\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}$ rid the society of the terrible effects of drug abuse.

A) so that

B) thus

C) Or else

D) in order to

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 Read the passages that follow and select the correct options to replace the corresponding underlined portions. Pathos is a speaker's way of connecting with an audience's emotions. $\underline{\mathbf{Q28}}$, a speaker who is trying to convince an audience to vote for him might say that he alone can save the country from a terrible war. These words are intended to fill the audience with fear, $\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}$ making them want to vote for him. $\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}$, a charity organization that helps animals might show audience pictures of injured dogs and cats.

A) That is to say

C) For example

D) In so

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 Read the passages that follow and select the correct options to replace the corresponding underlined portions. Pathos is a speaker's way of connecting with an audience's emotions. $\underline{\mathbf{Q28}}$, a speaker who is trying to convince an audience to vote for him might say that he alone can save the country from a terrible war. These words are intended to fill the audience with fear, $\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}$ making them want to vote for him. $\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}$, a charity organization that helps animals might show audience pictures of injured dogs and cats.

A) while

B) then

C) Thus

D) when

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 Read the passages that follow and select the correct options to replace the corresponding underlined portions. Pathos is a speaker's way of connecting with an audience's emotions. $\underline{\mathbf{Q28}}$, a speaker who is trying to convince an audience to vote for him might say that he alone can save the country from a terrible war. These words are intended to fill the audience with fear, $\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}$ making them want to vote for him. $\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}$, a charity organization that helps animals might show audience pictures of injured dogs and cats.

A) Similarly

B) Familiarly

C) Fortunately

D) Clearly

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