CBSE Class 7 English Conjunctions Worksheet

CBSE Class 7 English Practice Worksheet - Conjunctions - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India. 





A. Fill in the blanks with correct Conjunctions from the list given below:

     [and, but, or, therefore, otherwise, so, still, as well as]

1. The box was heavy_____________ he could not lift it.

2. He failed_____________ he tried again.

3. Rashi is quite rich_____________ she is not happy.

4. She has passed_____________ her brother has failed.

5. Walk fast_____________ you will miss the train.

6. The sun rose_____________ the fog disappeared.

7. He_____________ his brother are very good players.

8. Tom worked very hard_____________ he didn’t stand first.

9. He is slow____________ steady.

10. Work hard_____________ you will fail.

11. Mohan is poor _____________ he is honest.

12. Varun came_____________ sat by my side.


B. Fill in the blanks with suitable Subordinate Conjunctions:

1. We waited_____________ our friend arrived.

2. This is the boy_____________ has stood first.

3. I returned home _____________ he had gone.

4. He found his watch _____________ he had left it.

5. _____________ it is raining, I cannot go to school.

6. He reached home_____________ the sun had set.

7. Make hay_____________ the sun shines.

8. Hurry up_____________ you are getting late.

9. This is the place_____________ the accident took place.

10. _____________ you sow, so shall you reap.


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