Combine these sentences into only One Sentence using the word or words given in brackets.
1. I don’t believe him as I know he is a liar. (because of)
2. He cannot go to work because he is ill. (owing to)
3. He had no money left, so he was obliged to go away. (having)
4. That man is polite. Everybody likes him. (such a…..that)
5. He must finish these exercises. There are still two more exercises. (to finish)
6. They saw the teacher. They stopped talking. (seeing)
7. The sun rose. The fog disappeared. (having)
8. He failed many times. He still hopes to succeed. (in spite of)
9. This exercise is easy. I can do it without help. (enough)
Combine these sentences into Compound Sentence using the word or words given in brackets.
10. Robert was annoyed. He kept quiet. (however)
11. He could go in. The door was opened. (for)
12. Do not be a borrower. Do not be a lender. (neither…nor)
13. Prasert speaks French. Prasan speaks French. (not only…but also)
14. He is a fool. He is a knave. (both..and)
15. She is rich. She is beautiful. She is unhappy. (and…but)
Combine these sentences into Complex Sentence using Noun Clause, Adjective Clause and Adverb Clause.
16. She was crossing the street. A car hit her.
17. She got married. This is certain.
18. He ran very quickly. I couldn’t catch him.
19. Wanlop is a postman. The postman brings us letters every day.
20. I have a duty to perform. The duty is very boring.
1. I don’t believe him because of his lies.
2. He cannot go to work owing to him illness.
3. Having no money left, he was obliged to go away.
4. He is such a polite man that everybody likes him.
5. He still has two more exercises to finish.
6. Seeing the teacher, they stopped talking.
7. The sun having risen, the fog disappeared.
8. In spite of his failure many times, he still hopes to succeed.
9. This exercise is easy enough for me to do without help.
10. Robert was annoyed, however he kept quiet.
11. He could go in, for the door was opened.
12. Neither a borrower nor a lender.
13. Not only Prasert but also Prasan speaks French.
14. He is both a fool and a knave.
15. She is rich and beautiful, but unhappy.
16. While she was crossing the street, a car hit her.
17. It is certain that she got married.
18. He ran so quickly that I couldn’t catch him.
19. Wanlop is a postman, who brings us letters every day.
20. I have a duty, which is very boring, to perform.