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    Fill in the blanks with the words given below. Use each sentence connector only once.
     
   
wherever   finally  
however   in spite of  
although   as if  
unless   since  
despite   so as not to  
     
1.   The dog eats the food hungrily ______ it has been starved for months.
2.   ______ all good things must come to an end.
3.   All the students have been miserable ______ Mrs. Tan left the school.
4.   Always stand up for yourself ______ lose your integrity.
5.   Her baby remains as skinny as ever ______ the vitamins and expensive food.
6.   Agatha won't go out with you ______ you promise to pay for the lunch.
7.   Do remember to keep in contact ______ you are.
8.   ______ he is sick, he still continues working.
9.   ______ tough he appears to be, he still loses to the short man.
10.   The plane managed to land ______ the heavy rain, thunder and lightning.
     

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1.   The dog eats the food hungrily as if it has been starved for months.
2.   Finally all good things must come to an end.
3.   All the students have been miserable since Mrs. Tan left the school.
4.   Always stand up for yourself so as not to lose your integrity.
5.   Her baby remains as skinny as ever despite / in spite of the vitamins and expensive food.
6.   Agatha won't go out with you unless you promise to pay for the lunch.
7.   Do remember to keep in contact wherever you are.
8.   Although he is sick, he still continues working.
9.   However tough he appears to be, he still loses to the short man.
10.   The plane managed to land in spite of / despite the heavy rain, thunder and lightning.
     
 
 
 

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