LAI CHEW WEN(D20102041906 EL-K01) BAHASA INGGERIS
Friday, 11 November 2011
Conjunctions in English sentences
Although he's very famous he is still nice.
I like tea and coffee.
As I came she was leaving.
As you couldn't see the film, we'll tell you something
She goes to the tennis club because she likes
to play tennis.
He reads magazines but he doesn't like to
I'm sorry, Peter is ill and I can't come either.
We can either go to the cinema or to the cafe.
She likes swimming, even in winter.
Don't drink any alcohol even if you drive carefully.
This book is very popular; even so, I don't like it.
Do you know how to ride a snowboard?
However we've lost the match.
They worked hard for the test, however, they failed.
If they were older, they could go to the party.
Take your mobile with you in case you miss the bus.
in spite of
He looks very fit in spite of his age.
They didn't go to the party, and neither did I.
Neither drinks nor food are allowed in this room.
Do you like tea or coffee?
Look at the map, please. Otherwise you'll get lost.
Since he's lost his money, he couldn't go to the restaurant.
Her baby cannot fall asleep unless she stays in the room.
I don't know what to say.
When you're in London, write an e-mail to me.
I'm going home whether you like it or not.
Personal pronouns, Possessive determiners, Possessive pronouns
(accusative and dative)
have some books.
The books are for
The books are
LAI CHEW WEN D20102041906
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