Answer in Brief
Match the two parts of sentences given under column ‘A’ and ‘B’. Add ‘but’ to join the two parts and write complete sentences.
|Column A||Column B|
|i). Helen lived after her illness||a). her mother thought she could learn.|
|ii). She could not see or hear||b). she did not understand what she was doing.|
|iii). People thought that she could not learn anything||c). she could not hear or see.|
|iv). Helen copied the words||d). she was kind to Helen.|
|v). Miss Sullivan was strict||e). she was very intelligent.|
- Helen lived after her illness but she could not hear or see.
She could not see or hear but she was very intelligent.
People thought that she could not learn anything but her mother thought that she could learn.
Helen copied the words but she did not understand what she was doing.
Miss Sullivan was strict but she was kind to Helen.
Concept: Writing Skills
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