# Conjunctions Worksheet for Class 6 CBSE with Answers

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

(so, if, because, so that, as, such)

1. He worked overtime ……………………….. he could earn more money.

2. …………………. you eat too much salt, you will start feeling thirsty.

3. He was angry ………………………. I didn’t talk to him.

4. The dress was ……………………… beautiful that I couldn’t help buying it.

5. It was …………………… a great movie that I watched it ten times.

6. …………………….. you spoke English, you would get a better job.

7. …………………. we reached the station late, we missed the train.

8. ………………….. he has injured his leg, he cannot walk.

9. ……………………… you start now, you will reach there by noon.

10. We decided to get some rest …………………….. we were all tired.

11. The last bus has gone ………………….. we have to walk home.

12. He earns a lot of money ……………………. he works really hard.

14. He has a lot of money …………………… he can buy anything.

15. …………………….. you eat a lot of junk food, you will fall ill.

16. …………………… you are angry, I will not talk to you.

17. He missed a lot of classes ……………………. he was ill.

18. They dismissed him ………………………. he was dishonest.

19. He was inefficient ……………………. they dismissed him.

20. She was upset …………………… she had failed her test.

1. so that, 2. If, 3. so, 4. so, 5. such, 6. If, 7. As, 8. As/Because, 9. If, 10. so, 11. so, 12. because, 13. because, 14. so, 15. If, 16. If, 17. because, 18. because, 19. so; 20. because

## Conjunctions worksheet for class 6 with answers

The conjunction so that shows purpose. When we connect two clauses using so that, we use the modals will, can, may, would, could or might in the clause following so that.

If the main clause is in the present tense, use will, may or can in the so that-clause.

• She works hard. She wants to succeed.
• She works hard so that she can succeed.

If the main clause is in the past tense, use would, might or could in the so that-clause.

• I started early. I wanted to reach office on time.
• I started early so that I would reach office on time.

## Conjunctions worksheet for class 6

Combine the following sentences using so that.

1. He borrowed some money. He wanted to buy a car.

2. We started early. We didn’t want to get stuck in the traffic.

3. She practices well. She wants to win the game.

4. He worked hard. He wanted to earn more money.

5. I talked to the shy girl. I didn’t want her to feel left out.

6. He goes to bed early. He wants to get up early.

7. They grow vegetables in their backyard. They want to have fresh vegetables throughout the year.

8. I want to drain these marshes. I want to plant coconut palms here.

9. Take a guide with you. You will not lose your way.

10. He started from home early. He wanted to reach the airport in time.

11. He promised his daughter a price. He wanted her to work hard.

12. He spoke loudly. He wanted everyone to hear him.

1. He borrowed some money so that he could buy a car.

2. We started early so that we would not get stuck in the traffic.

3. She practices well so that she can win the game.

4. He worked hard so that he could earn more money.

5. I talked to the shy girl so that she wouldn’t feel left out.

6. He goes to bed early so that he can get up early.

7. They grow vegetables in their backyard so that they can have fresh vegetables throughout the year.

8. I want to drain these marshes so that I can plant coconut palms here.

9. Take a guide with you so that you will not lose your way.

10. He started from home early so that he would reach the airport in time.

11. He promised his daughter a price so that she would work hard.

12. He spoke loudly so that everyone could hear him.

## So…that

Combine the following sentences using so…that…

The conjunction so…that… shows cause and effect.

• He worked very hard. His health broke down.

There is a cause and effect relationship between these two sentences. We can connect them using so…that…

• He worked so hard that his health broke down.

## Conjunctions worksheet for class 6 CBSE

Combine the following sentences using so…that….

1. My parents were very poor. They could not send me to university.

2. The room was very dark. I couldn’t see anything.

3. It was very cold. I started shivering.

4. The tea was very hot. It burnt my tongue.

5. The problem is very difficult. I cannot solve it.

6. The theory is very simple. Anybody can understand it.

7. The famine was very severe. Millions of people perished.

8. He is very haughty. He will not listen to anybody.

9. Dad was very angry. He refused to talk to me.

10. He is very ill. His chances of recovery are slim.

11. The place was very quiet. He decided to stay there.

12. The coat was very expensive. I couldn’t buy it.

1. My parents were so poor that they could not send me to university.

2. The room was so dark that I couldn’t see anything.

3. It was so cold that I started shivering.

4. The tea was so hot that it burnt my tongue.

5. The problem is so difficult that I cannot solve it.

6. The theory is so simple that anybody can understand it.

7. The famine was so severe that millions of people perished.

8. He is so haughty that he will not listen to anybody.

9. Dad was so angry that he refused to talk to me.

10. He is so ill that his chances of recovery are slim.

11. The place is so quiet that he decided to stay there.

12. The coat was so expensive that I couldn’t buy it.

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