ESL Writing

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.

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Transitions and Connectors: Review

However / Nevertheless / Still / Despite that / Nonetheless / Even so

 

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.

 

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2. I can’t help you with your homework, but I know someone who can.


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3. Jack ate three pizzas, but he’s not full.

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4. I finished cleaning my room, but I haven’t taken out the trash yet.


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5. They are brothers, but they fight almost every day.


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6. Craig is in really good shape, but he gets sick all the time.


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7. They argued for hours, but they finally came to an agreement.


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