# Conjunction Quizzes

Preview 20 Quizzes about Conjunction

Create a compound sentence using the conjunction ‘or’.

A. I can either go for a walk or stay at home and read a book

B. I can either go for a walk and stay at home

C. I can either go for a walk or stay at home and cook dinner

D. I can either go for a walk or stay at home and watch a movie.

Connect the following ideas using ‘and’: I like to eat pizza. I enjoy ice cream.

A. I like to eat pizza and I enjoy ice cream.

B. I like to eat burgers and I enjoy ice cream.

C. I like to eat pizza and I enjoy cake.

D. I like to eat ice cream and I enjoy pizza.

Select the sentence that correctly uses ‘but’ to show contrast: “She is very tall. Her sister is quite short.”

A. She is very tall but her sister is quite short.

B. She is very tall, but her sister is quite short.

C. She is very tall; but her sister is quite short.

D. She is very tall. But her sister is quite short.

Beth can play the guitar_______ the violin.

A. also

B. both

C. or

D. and

Join the sentences: ‘He likes to play soccer.’ ‘He also enjoys swimming.’

A. He likes to play soccer, and he also enjoys swimming.

B. He likes to play soccer but he also enjoys swimming.

C. He likes to play soccer and he also enjoys swimming.

D. He likes to play soccer, however, he also enjoys swimming.

You shouldn’t spend too much time on computer _______ it is harmful to your eyes.

A. as

B. when

C. although

What is the conjunction in the sentence: ‘You can have cake or ice cream for dessert.’?

A. and

B. but

C. if

D. or

After months of trying and studying hard, Nana … passed the UTBK

A. Initially

B. Therefore

C. Consequently

D. Finally

Read over your answers ______ correct all mistakes before you pass them up.

A. Or
B. And
C. Because
D. While

Which word is the conjunction in the sentence: ‘You can play outside or stay indoors.’?

A. or

B. but

C. and

D. if

Look! He’s standing ___ the window.
a. at
b. by
c. with

Choose the sentence that correctly uses ‘yet’ to combine these sentences: “She studied hard. She didn’t pass the exam.”

A. She studied hard yet she didn’t pass the exam.

B. She studied hard, yet she didn’t pass the exam.

C. She studied hard. Yet she didn’t pass the exam.

D. She studied hard; yet she didn’t pass the exam.

Luke is a contractor, _______ he knows the construction business.

A. Luke is a contractor, so he knows the construction business.
B. Luke is a contractor, nor he knows the construction business.
C. Luke is a contractor, or he knows the construction business.
D. Luke is a contractor, but he knows the construction business.

The residents of the village are living a happy life_______they lack modem facilities.

A. despite

B. although

C. therefore

D. because of

Either men or women … lunch now.

A. are having

B. is having

C. had

D. has

The research project will take ____ time and money.

A. both

B. either

C. neither

To pass the university entrance exam, she worked_______hard_______she became exhausted.

A. such – that

B. so – that

C. both – and

D. not – but

Today is Thursday, ______ the test is on Friday.

A. but

B. nor

C. or

D. and

They played _____ it was dark.

A. until

B. unless

C. while

He never works, he gains all the prizes.

A. furthermore

B. and

C. because

D. but

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