Sentences with Proper Conjunctions



Sentences with Proper Conjunctions :



1. Hear the opinions of other men, and then form your own.

2. He was not surpassed either by you or anyone else.

3. We have neither heard nor read about that matter.

4. We see poverty on all sides but discontent nowhere.

5. She must weep or she will die. (Tennyson)

6. They were defeated indeed, but not disgraced.

7. Give every man thine ear and few thy voice. (Shakespeare)

8. Men may come and men may go, but I go on for ever. (Tennyson)

9. Patience and perseverance can overcome mountains.

10. In the discharge of his duty he was a strict and just man.

11. Neither a borrower nor a lender be. (Shakespeare)

12. Stone walls do not a prison make, but iron bars a cage. (Lovelace)

13. My own house, but yours is built of brick and stone.

14. Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall never pass away. (New Testament)

15. My son is not only idle but also in bad health.

16. There is nothing as good as bad, but thinking makes it so. (Shakespeare)

17. Make hay while the sun shines.

18. Strike while the iron is hot.

19. No sooner had he gone to bed than a telegram was brought in.

20. This dreadful thought pursues me but I go.

21. He was received with respect whenever he went and listened to attentively when he began to speak.

22. Stay where you are and I return.

23. Prevention is better than cure.

24. My heart leaps up when I behold a rainbow in the sky. (Wordsworth)

25. I am quite as much ashamed as you are.

26. Some men eat for they may live. Others live for they may eat.

27. We can be happy when we are poor as well as we are contented.

28. He had lied as often as no one would trust him, even when he spoke the truth.

29. He was forced to get up whether he liked it or not.

30. Although you work harder, you will fail.

31. Do as you are told and then no one can blame you when as mistake has been made.

32. We sow as we may reap.

33. I make friends as I go.

34. At Rome, you must do as Romans.

35. It is so simple that even a child can understand it.

36. She wept when she had been a child.

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  1. The Conjunction
  2. Conjunctions
  3. A Conjunction
  4. Classes of Conjunctions
  5. Coordinating Conjunctions
  6. Cumulative Coordinating Conjunctions
  7. Alternative Coordinating Conjunctions
  8. Adversative Coordinating Conjunctions
  9. Illative Coordinating Conjunctions
  10. Subordinating Conjunctions
  11. Sentences with Proper Conjunctions
  12. Conjunctions of Purpose
  13. Conjunctions of Comparison


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