Conjunctions Exercise for Class 6 CBSE with Answers

Fill in the blanks with an appropriate conjunction. Choose your answers from the given options.

(if, because, though, so)

1. ………………….. she has a degree, she doesn’t have a job.

2. I called the police …………………….. I didn’t know what to do.

3. ……………………. I had entry pass, I was not allowed to get in.

4. He felt dizzy …………………… he had lost a lot of blood.

5. I was hungry ……………………. I hadn’t eaten anything in a long time.

6. She was crying ……………………. her mother had scolded her.

7. The boys were elated ……………………… they had won the championship.

8. You will not get well ……………………. you don’t take your medicine on time.

9. You won’t lose weight …………………….. you don’t cut down on fatty foods.

10. She may come …………………….. you personally invite her.

11. …………………… I invited her, she didn’t come.

12. He looked upset …………………….. he had failed his interview.

13. We will be in trouble ……………………. we don’t get that contract.

14. The flights were cancelled …………………… the weather was bad.

15. I saw a doctor …………………… I was not feeling well.

16. …………………… people smoke, they may develop cancer.

17. I was breathless …………………….. I had been running for hours.

18. ………………………. I called her, she refused to talk to me.

19. We were late ……………………… the bus broke down on the way.

20. He has broken his leg ………………………. he cannot walk now.

Answers

1. Though, 2. because, 3. Though, 4. because; 5. because, 6. because, 7. because, 8. if, 9. if, 10. if, 11. Though, 12. because, 13. if, 14. because, 15. because, 16. If, 17. because, 18. Though, 19. because, 20. so

Conjunctions exercise for class 6 CBSE

Correct the following sentences.

1. Though you are my friend but I don’t want to share this secret with you.

2. Though we started early but we reached late.

3. As she was ill so she didn’t go to work.

4. Because she was in a hurry so I could not talk to her.

5. Though it was late still we went out.

6. Though it was cold but he went out without a coat.

7. She might come unless you invite her.

8. Unless you do not drive carefully, you may have an accident.

9. As he is fat so he cannot run fast.

10. Though I went to his office but I could not talk to him.

Answers

1. Though you are my friend, I don’t want to share this secret with you. / You are my friend but I don’t want to share this secret with you.

2. Though we started early we reached late. / We started early but we reached late.

3. As she was ill she didn’t go to work. / She was ill so she didn’t go to work.

4. Because she was in a hurry I could not talk to her. / She was in a hurry so I could not talk to her.

5. Though it was late we went out.

6. Though it was cold he went out without a coat. / It was cold but he went out without a coat.

7. She might come if you invite her. / She might not come unless you invite her.

8. Unless you drive carefully, you may have an accident. / If you do not drive carefully, you may have an accident.

9. As he is fat he cannot run fast. / He is fat so he cannot run fast.

10. Though I went to his office I could not talk to him. / I went to his office but I could not talk to him.

Notes

The conjunctions though, although, even though, but, still and yet have very similar meanings. You can use only one of them to connect two clauses.

The conjunctions as, since and because are used to show the reason. The conjunction so shows the effect. You can use only one of these words to connect two clauses.

The conjunction unless means if not.

Grammar Worksheets for Class 6

Conjunctions worksheet for class 6 CBSE

We use such before adjective + noun.

  • The boy asked a very foolish question. Everybody laughed at him.

We can combine these two sentences using such…that…

  • The boy asked such a foolish question that everybody laughed at him.

Combine using such…that…

1. The man spoke with great passion. His audience was moved to tears.

2. It was a very hot day. I felt restless.

3. Russia is a big country. It has 11 time zones.

4. It was a beautiful place. We decided to stay there.

5. She has very fine manners. I cannot help admiring her.

Answers

1. The man spoke with such passion that his audience was moved to tears.

2. It was such a hot day that I felt restless.

3. Russia is such a big country that it has 11 time zones.

4. It was such a beautiful place that we decided to stay there.

5. She has such fine manners that I cannot help admiring her.

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