|although||Although he's very famous he is still nice.|
|and||I like tea and coffee.|
|as||As I came she was leaving.
As you couldn't see the film, we'll tell you someting about it.
|because||She goes to the tennis club because she likes to play tennis.|
|but||He reads magazines but he doesn't like to read books.|
|either||I'm sorry, Peter is ill and I can't come either.
We can either go to the cinema or to the café.
|even||She likes swimming, even in winter.|
|even if||Don't drink any alcohol even if you drive carefully.|
|even so||This book is very popular; even so, I don't like it.|
|how||Do you know how to ride a snowboard?|
|however||However we've lost the match.
They worked hard for the test, however, they failed.
|if||If they were older, they could go to the party.|
|in case||Take your mobile with you in case you miss the bus.|
|in spite of||He looks very fit in spite of his age.|
|neither||They didn't go to the party, and neither did I.
Neither drinks nor food are allowed in this room.
|or||Do you like tea or coffee?|
|otherwise||Look at the map, please. Otherwise you'll get lost.|
|since||Since he's lost his money, he couldn't go to the restaurant.|
|unless||Her baby cannot fall asleep unless she stays in the room.|
|what||I don't know what to say.|
|when||When you're in London, write an e-mail to me.|
|whether||I'm going home whether you like it or not.|
When we speak continuously, we use gap fillers. These words or short phrases are said when we search for words. Here are some examples:
Sometimes people make "sounds" to keep a conversation going on. Try to avoid these "sounds" as they are a sign of weakness.