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  1. sara88's Avatar

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    conjunctive adverbs

    Hello
    Here are some sentences I have completed the second part of them from an exercise. Let's see if I'm right or how can we say them better??!
    1)I have finished my math homework; however, I have yet to write my English assignement.
    2) I have studied English for 6 years; neverthless,I still have some difficulties communicating.
    3) the instructor gave us eight weeks to write our term paper; nonethless, most of us haven't finished.
    4) my roommate scored very high on the English placement test; consequently, he will be able to choose whatever he wants to study.

    thanks a lot in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sara88 View Post
    Hello
    Here are some sentences I have completed the second part of them from an exercise. Let's see if I'm right or how can we say them better??!
    1)I have finished my math homework; however, I have yet to write my English assignement.
    2) I have studied English for 6 years; neverthless,I still have some difficulties communicating.
    3) the instructor gave us eight weeks to write our term paper; nonethless, most of us haven't finished.
    4) my roommate scored very high on the English placement test; consequently, he will be able to choose whatever he wants to study.

    thanks a lot in advance.
    Hi Sara the following are my suggestions . But I am not sure if it is completely correct.

    1) I have finished my math homework; But , I have to write my English assignement yet.
    2)I have studied English for 6 years; neverthless,I still have some difficulties in communicating.
    3) the instructor gave us eight weeks to write our term paper; nonethless, most of us haven't finished so far.
    4) my roommate scored very high on the English placement test; consequently, he is eligible to choose whatever he wants to study.

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    Re: conjunctive adverbs

    Thank you.
    Can anyone else afford help please?,

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    Re: conjunctive adverbs

    Quote Originally Posted by sara88 View Post
    Thank you.
    Can anyone else afford help please?,
    All of your sentences are acceptable. You could add "yet" to the end of 3.
    Keralite's 2 and 4 are also right.

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