Join the sentences using subordinating conjunctions: 1) She is seven years old. She does not go to school. 2) Om is honest. Jai is more honest. 3) He stood still. He stood before the painting. 4) The rains came in time. There was a drought. 5) She will dance. You ask her. 6) The principal entered the room. The children were making a lot of noise. 7) She will not come. You need to invite her. 8) Shyam met many women. He decided to marry Priya. 9) My mother cannot buy that expensive necklace. She does not have enough money.


1) She is seven years old. She does not go to school. 2) Om is honest. Jai is more honest. 3) He stood still. He stood before the painting. 4) The rains came in time. There was a drought. 5) She will dance. You ask her. 6) The principal entered the room. The children were making a lot of noise. 7) She will not come. You need to invite her. 8) Shyam met many women. He decided to marry Priya. 9) My mother cannot buy that expensive necklace. She does not have enough money.
Join the sentences using subordinating conjunctions:

1) She is seven years old yet she does not go to school.
2) Jai is more honest than Om.
3) He stood still as he stood before the painting
4) Although the rains came in time, there was a drought.
5) She will dance if you ask her.
6) The principal entered the room when the children were making a lot of noise.  
8) Shyam met many women before he decided to marry Priya.
9) My mother cannot buy that expensive necklace because she does not have enough money.








 

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