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Combine Sentences With Though / Although Mcq Questions

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Combine Sentences With Though / Although Mcq Questions

Combine the sentences with Though/Although

1. He is poor.  He completed his Ph.D. 

A) Though he is poor, he completed his Ph.D.

B) Though he is poor but he completed his Ph.D.

C) Though he is poor still he completed his Ph.D.

 

2. She performed very well.  She lost the competition. 

A) Though she perform very well, she lost the competition.

B) Though she performed very well, she lost the competition.

C) Though she performed very well, she lose the competition.


3. Sindhu Priya woke up early.  She missed her school bus. 

A) Though Sindhu Priya woke up early, she miss her school bus.

B) Though Sindhu Priya wake up early, she missed her school bus.

C) Though Sindhu Priya woke up early, she missed her school bus.

 

4. Srikanth did not study well.  He passed his exam.

A) Although Srikanth did not study well, he passed his exam.

B) Although Srikanth did not study well but, he passed his exam.

C) Although Srikanth did not study well, he had passed his exam.

 

5. He was rich.  He could not help them. 

A) Though he was rich, he could not help them. 

B) Though he was rich so he could not help them. 

C) Though he was rich still he could not help them. 

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6. Naveen has a car.  He cannot reach the place in time. 

A) Naveen had a car.  He cannot reach the place in time. 

B) Naveen has a car.  He cannot reach the place in time. 

C) Naveen has a car.  He could not reach the place in time. 

 

7. Aasha is great.  She behaves very modestly. 

A) Though Aasha is great so she behaves very modestly. 

B) Though Aasha is great, she behaves very modestly. 

C) Though Aasha was great, she behaves very modestly.

 

8. She is able to sing well.  She did not participate in the competition. 

A) Although she is able to sing well, yet she did not participate in the competition. 

B) Although she is able to sing well, she did not participate in the competition. 

C) Although she is able to sing well so she did not participate in the competition. 

 

9. We booked a holiday. We had very little money.

A) We booked holiday although we had very little money.

B) We booked a holiday although we had very little money.

C) We booked a holiday although we have very little money.

 

10. Preachers preach many good things. Many of them do not practice what they preach.

A) Although preachers preach many good things, many them do not practice what they preach.

B) Although preachers preach many good things, many of them do not practice what they preach.

C) Although preachers preach many good things, many of them not practice what they preach.

 

11. Dave smokes. He seems to be in good health.

A) Though Dave smokes, he seems to be good health.

B) Though Dave smokes, he seems be in good health.

C) Though Dave smokes, he seems to be in good health.

 

12. I didn’t notice the box. The box was right in front of me.

A) Although the box was right in front of me, I didn’t notice it.

B) Although the box is right in front of me, I didn’t notice it.

C) Although the box was right in front of me, I did notice it.

 

13. She has plenty of money. She is very mean.

A) Though she has plenty of money but she is very mean.

B)  Though she has plenty of money, she is very mean.

C) Though she had plenty of money, she is very mean.

 

14. I never learnt Spanish. I lived in Spain for many years.

A) Although I never learnt Spanish, I lived in Spain for many years.

B) Although I learnt Spanish, I lived in Spain for many years.

C) Although I never learnt Spanish, I live in Spain for many years.

 

15. She was tired. She went to work.

A) Though she was tired but she went to work.

B) Though she was tired, she goes to work.

C) Though she was tired, she went to work.

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Set - 2

1. He has lived here for many years. He doesn't know many people.

A) Though He has lived here for many years. He doesn't know many people.

B) Though He has lived here for many years. He doesn't knew many people.

C) Though He has live here for many years. He doesn't know many people.

 

2. Joe is a millionaire. He hates spending money.

A) Although Joe was a millionaire, he hates spending money.

B) Although Joe is a millionaire, he hates spending money.

C) Although Joe is a millionaire, he hate spending money.

 

3. I couldn’t sleep. I was tired.

A) I couldn’t slept although I was tired.

B)  I couldn’t sleep although I was tired.

C) I couldn’t sleep although I am tired.

 

4. They went out for a walk. The weather was bad.

A) They went out for a walk although the weather was bad.

B) They went out for a walk although the weather is bad.

C) They went out for a walked although the weather was bad.

 

5. We lost the match. We were the better team.

A) Though we lose the match, we were the better team.

B) Though we lost the match, we were the better team.

C) Though we lost the match, we are the better team.

 

6. He has lived here for many years. He doesn't know many people.

A) Although he has lived here for many years, he don't know many people.

B) Although he lived here for many years, he doesn't know many people.

C) Although he has lived here for many years, he doesn't know many people.

 

7. The pedestrian was badly injured. He helped the police to find the driver who had hit him.

A) Though the pedestrian was badly injured but he helped the police to find the driver who had hit him.

B) Though the pedestrian was badly injured, he helped the police to find the driver who had hit him.

C) Though the pedestrian was badly injured, he had helped the police to find the driver who had hit him.

 

8. Planes are the fastest means of transportation. Their crashes are the deadliest.

A) Though planes are the fastest mean of transportation, their crash are the deadliest.

B) Though planes are the fastest mean of transportation, their crashes are the deadliest.

C) Though planes are the fastest means of transportation, their crashes are the deadliest.

 

9. There was too much noise in our neighbourhood. We managed to sleep.

A) Though there was too much noise in our neighbourhood, we managed to sleep.

B) Though there was too much noise in our neighbourhood still we managed to sleep.

C) Though there was too much noise in our neighbourhood, we had managed to sleep.

 

10. I went to party. I did not meet my friends.

A) Although I went to party, I not meet my friends.

B) Although I went to party, I did not meet my friends.

C) Although I go to party, I did not meet my friends.

 

11. He has good computer skills. He wasn't considered for the job.

A) Though he has good computer skills, he wasn't considered for the job.

B) Though he had good computer skills, he wasn't considered for the job.

C) Though he has good computer skills, he isn't considered for the job.

 

12. I didn't eat any crisps. I ate an ice-cream.

A) Though I didn't eat any crisps, I ate an ice-cream.

B) Though didn't eat any crisps, I ate an ice-cream.

C) Though I didn't eat any crisps, he ate an ice-cream.

 

13. I prepared well. I forgot in the exam.

A) Though I Prepared well, I forgot in the exam.

B) Though Prepared well but I forgot in the exam.

C) Though Prepared well so I forgot in the exam.

 

14. I tried my level best. I couldn’t win the first rank.

A) Although I tried my level best, I could win the first rank.

B) Although I tried my level best, I couldn’t win the first rank.

C) Although I had tried my level best, I couldn’t win the first rank.

 

15. He was very tired. He completed the work.

A) Though he was very tired, he completed the work.

B) Though he was very tired, he had completed the work.

C) Though he was very tired, he completes the work.

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