Complex sentences, Conjunctions in English

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Here we listed useful conjuctions in English sentences.

  • I like football although I'm often on the road.
  • I like volleyball and tennis.
  • I like football because it's interesting.
  • What other sports do you practise besides football?
  • I like football, but I don't like handball.
  • Considering he's played football for only two years, he does it well.
  • I like either tea or milk.
  • I like football, especially when my team wins.
  • First of all I'd like to say that, ...
  • I like sports, for example football.
  • I don't know how to play Squash.
  • However the teacher explained it, I didn't understand a word of it.
  • Do you know if/whether Peter lives in Glasgow?
  • In fact, I think that my team will win.
  • I go to discos in order to meet friends.
  • I don't like coffee. – Neither do I.
  • They're losing the match. Nevertheless we're watching it.
  • Of course I like volleyball.
  • Perhaps you'll like football, too.
  • I was tired, so (that's why) I went to bed.
  • I'll come to your party, unless it rains.

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