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using the following words or subordinating conjuctions after, although, as... #1 (permalink) Wed Apr 23, 2008 20:08 pm   using the following words or subordinating conjuctions after, although, as...
 

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ESL/EFL Test #171 "Common subordinating conjunctions", question 3

Airplanes sometimes fly to unscheduled cities ......... the weather is bad.

(a) when
(b) where
(c) wherever
(d) whereas

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #171 "Common subordinating conjunctions", answer 3

Airplanes sometimes fly to unscheduled cities when the weather is bad.

Correct answer: (a) when
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i need a sentence using the following words or subordinating conjuctions after, although, as, because, once, until, when, where, provided, though, unless.

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using the following words or subordinating conjuctions after, although, as... #2 (permalink) Wed Apr 23, 2008 22:45 pm   using the following words or subordinating conjuctions after, although, as...
 

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