Level – B1.
Focus – structural and logical connections in sentences.
Identifying the main types of clauses to complete sentences: 1) Coordinate clauses (with conjunctions and, but, or) The guests arrived and she started her speech. 2) Subordinate clauses with different conjunctions: - Time: when, as soon as, before, after, until, while, whenever, once, now that, since - Cause: because, as, since; - Purpose: so that; - Result: so; - Condition: if, only if, provided that, in case, unless; - Place: where, wherever; - Relative clauses: which (objects), who (people), that (both); - Concession: though, although, even though; - Comparison: just as, than, whereas, like, as though, as if;
Special structures with conjunctions
not only but also
Please, contact either Mr. Thomson or his assistant.
She understands neither Maths nor Physic.