Karen is rich; ___, her cousin Kate is poor. a. although b.
conversely c. otherwise Answerb
You'd better take a taxi. ___, you'll arrive late. a. Consequently
b. On the other hand c. Otherwise Answerc
I enjoy reading this magazine. ___, it has good articles. a.
Moreover b. Despite c. Instead Answera
I wasn't tired. ___, I took a nap. a. Otherwise b. Hence
c. Nevertheless Answerc
Phil was not thirsty; ___, he drank five glasses of water. a. nonetheless
b. instead c. furthermore Answera
They didn't study. ___, they failed the course. a. Hence
b. Nonetheless c. Otherwise Answera
The weather was terrible. ___, we decided to delay our trip. a.
Furthermore b. Besides c. Therefore Answerc
You must buy the tickets; ___, we won't be able to see that play. a.
otherwise b. on the other hand c. in spite of Answera
The city isn't very interesting. I like the houses, ___. a.
moreover b. thus c. though Answerc
We work in the same department. ___, we hardly see each other. a.
However b. Although c. Despite Answera
___ she earned enough money, her husband decided to get a job. a.
In spite of b. Although c. Even Answerb
That house isn't big enough for us, and ___, it's too expensive. a.
furthermore b. hence c. although Answera
We have plenty of money and workers; ___, we hope to finish the house
remodeling soon. a. nevertheless b. unless c. thus
She's very famous in the industry; ___, she's not snobbish. a. hence b. however
c. otherwise Answerb
It was a windy and rainy morning. ___, I decided to go out. a.
nevertheless b. otherwise c. hence Answera
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