A. Neither, nor B. Either, nor
C. If, only D. Rather, than
A. there B. neither C. but D. than
A. or B. rather C. also D. while
A. although B. until C. yet D. since
A. Of B. So C. And D. If
A. while B. nor C. whether D. so
Write sentence with and, or, but.
A. but B. or C. and
Write the letter of the group of words that best completes each sentence.
A. are they cows? C. I like cows too
B. we raise pigs D. neither does Sam
A. I have muscles C. hard work.
B. lift heavy pails D. Dad is stronger
(1)-A; (2)-D; (3)-D; (4)-D; (5)-D; (6)-C; (7)-C; (8)-A; (9)-D