KS2 English Quiz
Connectives / Conjunctions 02
How many connectives do you know?

Connectives / Conjunctions 02

This KS2 English quiz takes a second look at connectives and conjunctions. Connectives and conjunctions are used for linking ideas together. When teachers talk about connectives, they usually mean conjunctions and connectives. This is because of the job these words do - they 'connect' ideas within and between sentences.

The actual words, connectives and conjunctions, might seem a little daunting to you, but once you get the hang of them, they are easy to understand.

See if you know how these words work by trying this second English quiz on connectives and conjunctions.

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  1. Choose the correct connective to complete the sentence.
    Julia wanted to see the clowns ____ we both wanted to see the jugglers.
    Julia wanted to see the clowns and we both wanted to see the jugglers. If the sentences were separate, it would be possible to use 'however' - Julia wanted to see the clowns. However, we both wanted to see the jugglers.
  2. Choose the correct connective to complete the sentence.
    She tried to catch the glass as it fell, ____ it was too late.
    She tried to catch the glass as it fell, but it was too late.
  3. Choose the correct connective to complete the sentence.
    The postman knocked at the door ____ he had a parcel to deliver.
    The postman knocked at the door because he had a parcel to deliver.
  4. Choose the correct connective to complete the sentence.
    The doctor told me to ring her ____ my cough became worse.
    The doctor told me to ring her if my cough became worse.
  5. Choose the correct connective to complete the sentence.
    ____ I was younger, I loved playing with my toy train.
    When I was younger, I loved playing with my toy train.
  6. Choose the correct connective to complete the sentence.
    We'd spent all our money. It was impossible, ____, to buy the new game.
    We'd spent all our money. It was impossible, therefore, to buy the new game. 'Therefore' is a connective and is used to link the ideas in two separate sentences.
  7. Choose the correct connective to complete the sentence.
    Stephen and Rob looked everywhere for their sister. ____, she had fallen asleep in her hiding place beneath the picnic table.
    Stephen and Rob looked everywhere for their sister. Meanwhile, she had fallen asleep in her hiding place beneath the picnic table.
  8. Choose the correct connective to complete the sentence.
    ____ having a sprained ankle, he still refereed the football match.
    Despite having a sprained ankle, he still refereed the football match.
  9. Choose the correct connective to complete the sentence.
    First, you should check that you have all the equipment. ____, you should clear your workspace.
    There are many different connectives which can be used to sequence a series of instructions.
  10. Choose the correct connective to complete the sentence.
    She looked for her glasses everywhere ____ she realised they were perched on her head.
    She looked for her glasses everywhere before she realised they were perched on her head.

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