A. both, or B. or, and C. both, and D. only, if
A. only, if B. not only, but also
C. if, then D. either, and
A. whether B. or C. so D. then
A. while B. until C. yet D. for
A. Of B. As C. For D. So
A. while B. because C. either D. when
A. if B. for C. after D. so
Write each sentence with and, or, but.
A. and B. or C. but
A. but B. or C. and
Write the letter of the group of words that best completes sentence.
A. tall animals. C. ponies are small
B. Jim is afraid. D. can’t ride one
(1)-C; (2)-B; (3)-C; (4)-B; (5)-B; (6)-C; (7)-D; (8)-A; (9)-A; (10)-C