HSC Sentence Connectors

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HSC Sentence Connectors

Use appropriate sentence connectors in the blank spaces of the following text :    0×5´10 = 5

A lion was drinking water from a brook. (a) — a lamb was also drinking water from the down stream of the same brook. The lion saw the lamb and decided to devour it. (b) — he was thinking about how to accomplish his evil design. (c) — he hit upon a plan. (d) — the lion complained that the lamb was disturbing him by muddying water. 

But the lamb said that he was drinking water from down stream. (e) — question of muddying water on his part did not arise here. (f) — the lamb argued that it was the lion that was muddying the water for him as he drinking water upstream. (g) — lion retorted that the lamb spoke ill of him a year ago. (h) — the lamb said that he was not born a year ago. The lion grew into a range. (i) — he said that perhaps his father spoke ill of him last year. (j) — the lion had the right to take revenge and kill the lamb.             [DB ’16]

 

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  1. (a) — I was walking along the road the other day, I happened to notice a small brown leather purse lying on the pavement. So I picked it up and opened it to see (b) — I could find out the owner’s name. There was nothing indside. It (c) — some small change and a rather old photograph — a picture of a woman and a young girl about twelve years old who looked like the woman’s daughter. I put the photograph back (d) — took the purse to the Police station. (e) — I handed it to the sergeant in charge. Before I left, the sergeant made a note of my name and address in case the owner of the purse wanted to write and thank me.
  2.  That evening I went to have dinner with an uncle and aunt of mine. They had also invited another person, a young woman, (f) — there would be four people at table. The young woman’s face was familiar (g) — I could not remember where I had seen it. I was quite sure (h) — we had not met before. (i) — conversation, however, the young woman happened to mark that she had lost her purse that afternoon. So, I at once remembered where I had seen her face. She was the young woman in the photograph (j) — she was now much older. [RB ’16]