And or But Worksheet for Class 3

Combine the following sentences using and or but.

1. Mummy went to the market. I went to the market.

2. Rohan ate an apple. Sania ate an apple.

3. My hair is black. My hair is curly.

4. My hair is curly. My sister’s hair is straight.

5. My father is a teacher. My mother is a teacher.

6. Raju is clever. He is hard working.

7. Raju is very friendly. His brother is reserved.

8. He took out his pen. He started writing.

9. She got dressed. She went to work.

10. Rohan likes ice-cream. Sania likes ice-cream.

11. The shoes are old. The shoes are dirty.

12. She was tired. She was angry.

13. Ravi wants to become an architect. His brother wants to become an architect.

14. Suma wants to become a writer. Her sister wants to become a singer.

Solution

1. Mummy and I went to the market.

2. Rohan and Sania ate an apple each. / Rohan and Sania ate apples.

3. My hair is black and curly.

4. My hair is curly but my sister’s hair is straight.

5. My father and my mother are teachers.

6. Raju is clever and hard working.

7. Raju is very friendly but his brother is reserved.

8. He took out his pen and started writing.

9. She got dressed and went to work.

10. Rohan and Sania like ice-cream.

11. The shoes are old and dirty.

12. She was tired and angry.

13. Ravi and his brother want to become architects.

14. Suma wants to become a writer but her sister wants to become a singer.

Notes

When we connect two singular subjects with ‘and’, we need a plural verb.

Study the example given below.

Rahul likes to watch movies.

Priya likes to watch movies.

Rahul and Priya like to watch movies. (NOT Rahul and Priya likes…)

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