Transitions and Connectors
However / Nevertheless / Still / Despite that / Nonetheless / Even so
This ESL writing worksheet reviews the above transitions. Students practice rewriting sentences using these transitions appropriately.
Rewrite these sentences using the transition words above. (See page 77 for sample answers.)
**Remember: You should either start a new sentence with these transition words, or use a semi-colon (;).
1. Brian is sick, but he came to school today.
2. I can’t help you with your homework, but I know someone who can.
3. Jack ate three pizzas, but he’s not full.
4. I finished cleaning my room, but I haven’t taken out the trash yet.
5. They are brothers, but they fight almost every day.
6. Craig is in really good shape, but he gets sick all the time.
7. They argued for hours, but they finally came to an agreement.
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