Transition Words | Practice 2
Using Subordinating Conjunctions
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Based on what you have learned in this lesson, use the appropriate subordinating conjunction to complete the blanks in the sentences below.
The options are provided below each sentence.
- Make sure to let your faucet drip whenever the outside temperature hovers at or below -6 degrees Celsius.
- The grumpy man was kicked out of the store because he refused to wear shoes.
- In this company, employees are allowed to bring their pets to the office provided that their animals are house trained and well behaved around other animals.
- You should always take notes while your instructor is providing oral instructions for assignments.
- Although I studied really hard for the exam, I didn’t do very well.
- Keep taking your medication unless your doctor tells you otherwise.
- I’m not sure whether I should stay with this company much longer.
- We all knew he was up to no good even though he hadn’t even done anything yet.
- Don’t forget to feed the dog as soon as you get home from work.
- John speaks five languages flawlessly whereas his brother can speak only English.