Conjunctions, connecting words and fillers in English sentences

Word order in sentences (subject - verb - object)
Expressions of place and time in sentences
The position of adverbs of frequency
Conjunctions and fillerns in English sentences
Exercises: Word order

conjunction sentence
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:

you know
it's like
that thing
ok
right
actually
basically
so
well
I mean

Sometimes people make "sounds" to keep a conversation going on. Try to avoid these "sounds" as they are a sign of weakness.

ahh
er
um

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