Practice of Clauses – Connect Two Simple Sentences

We have already given you the definition of Clauses, its types with a practice set. Now get ready to check yourself via another practice set. Here we shall connect two simple clauses/ statements to make a noun / adjective/ adverbial clauses. Check how –

But before you start reading them, read the definition of clauses from here.

Linking two sentences to form Complex clauses/ Co-ordinate sentences –

He missed the train. He came late.

Answer –

He missed the train as he had came late.


He had come late, so, he missed the train.

Sakham did much hard work. He couldn’t achieve his goal.

Answer – Although Saksham did much hard work, yet he couldn’t achieve his goal. Or

Sakham did much hard work, but couldn’t achieve his goal.

He is very lazy. He can’t get success.

Answer – He is too lazy to get success. Or

He is so lazy that he can’t get success.

John is a doctor. John is my friend.

Answer – John is both a doctor and my friend.

I may read this novel. I may watch TV

Answer – I will read either this novel or watch TV.

I found a purse. I left it there.

Answer – I left the purse where I had found it.

Note – In the answer, we will use article ” the ” in place of ” a”.

You must work hard. You will certainly die.

Answer – Do or die.

He was completing his work. His father was sleeping that time.

Answer – When he was playing, he father was sleeping.

He had gone to Delhi 4 years ago. He hasn’t talked to me since then.

Answer – He hasn’t talked to me since he had gone to Delhi 4 years ago.

Don’t go anywhere. Wait for me.

Answer – Don’t go anywhere until I come.

The patient died. The came later later.

Answer – The patient had died before the doctor came.

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