Conjunctions - so, but, or, and

Conjunctions are words that link together clauses and phrases in a sentence. Words like: “and”, “because”, “but”, “or”, and “so”. For example:
“I didn’t enjoy watching all the rubbish on television, so I gave away my set to a local school and cancelled my TV licence”.

Choose the right answer.

1. I'm going to go shopping on Sunday _____ buy some new clothes.

so
but
and

 

2. I've just eaten dinner _____ I'm not hungry.

so
or
but

 

3. Why don't you ring Sue _____ find out what time she's coming over tonight?

so
but
and

 

4. Don't tell John about his birthday party _____ you'll spoil the suprise.

so
or
but

 

5. I have been saving my money this year _____ next year I plan to take a long holiday in Europe.

or
and
but