compound_combination - 1. My car runs perfectly. I keep it...

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Combining Sentences Read each pair of simple sentences to determine the relationship between them. Then join each pair in three different ways, using the conjunctions or conjunctive adverbs in parentheses at left. Make sure you punctuate correctly. EXAMPLE Large sections of the city lost power today. Heavy winds brought down electric cables in many locations. (for) Large sections of the city lost power today, for heavy winds brought down electric cables in many locations. (because) Because heavy winds brought down electric cables in many locations, large sections of the city lost power today. (therefore) Heavy winds brought down electric cables in many locations; therefore, large sections of the city lost power today.
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Unformatted text preview: 1. My car runs perfectly. I keep it well maintained. (for) (because) (therefore) 2. The baseball team has been working hard at spring training. The players could use some time off for rest and relaxation. (since) (because) (consequently) 3. Tony searched throughout the house for his wallet. He could not find it anywhere. (but) (although) (however) 4. Marie is an accomplished violinist. She would like to join an orchestra. (and) (since) (furthermore) 5. The control tower has lost contact with the plane. They are still trying to signal the pilot. (but) (although) (nevertheless) Prepared by Dr. John Nace and Dr. Jay Howard, Learning Lab, Community College of Philadelphia, January 2000...
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