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  Florence is from a rich family ______ she is ______ friendly _____ considerate.
    (A) and ... either ... or  
(B) but ... both ... and
    (C) and ... neither ... nor  
    (D) but ... not only ... as well as  
2.   All the children were ready for the performance. ______, Betty was still putting on her costume.
    (A) However  
(B) Therefore
    (C) Consequently  
    (D) Thus  
3.   ______ we do not see you by ten, we will leave without you.
    (A) Unless  
(B) If
    (C) Although  
    (D) Since  
4.   Midway into the show, we decided to leave ______ it was boring.
    (A) before  
(B) although
    (C) because  
    (D) if  
5.   This is ______ we can put up for the night. It looks safe.
    (A) where  
(B) when
    (C) wherever  
    (D) whenever  
6.   The teacher reminded us to be punctual ______ we would be detained after school.
    (A) and yet  
(B) or else
    (C) even if  
    (D) and then  
7.   ______ everyone is leaving, there is no point for me to stay there.
    (A) Since  
(B) Although
    (C) Before  
    (D) Despite  
8.   We were trying hard to convince her ______ she stood firm.
    (A) and  
    (B) but  
    (C) or  
    (D) although  

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