With out using and,but and so
1)I cannot show you the book . I cannot let the book to you
2)I gave him 400 rupees he lost them
3)Sheela is very happy it is obvious
4)Who wrote on the wall?Do you no?

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  1. Neither can I show you the book nor can I let the book to you.
  2. Though I gave him 400 rupees, he lost them.
  3. It is obvious that Sheela is very happy.
  4. Do you know who wrote on the wall?
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