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PART 1: Combine the 2 sentences into one without changing the main meaning, using one of the given words in brackets.
1. The bicycle is cheap and clean. It is, however, not a fast way to travel. (so, and, or, nor, but, yet, for)
2. At first, bicycles were expensive. Only rich people could buy one. (so, and, or, nor, but, yet, for)
3. A bicycle today has 2 wheels. It looked much different in its early days. (when, because, although, since, while, until, so that)
4. Today, some people still cycle to work. They know that cars are faster and more comfortable to travel. (when, because, although, since, while, until, despite)
5. Poor people couldn't afford to buy a bicycle. They could later when bicycles became cheaper. (however you can)

PART 2: Read the following passage and write a summary of around 50 words.
BICYCLES
The bicycles is a cheap and clean way to travel. The first bicycle was made about one hundred and fifty years ago. At first, bicycles were expensive. Only rich people could buy one. These early bicycles looked very different from the one we have today. Later, when bicycles became cheaper, many people bought one. People started riding bicycles to work and in their free time.
Today, people use cá more than bicycles; cars are much faster and you don't get wet when it rains! But some people still prefer to cycle to work. They say that there are too many cá in town centres and you can't find anywhere to park.
 

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PART 1: Combine the 2 sentences into one without changing the main meaning, using one of the given words in brackets.
1. The bicycle is cheap and clean. It is, however, not a fast way to travel. (so, and, or, nor, but, yet, for)
2. At first, bicycles were expensive. Only rich people could buy one. (so, and, or, nor, but, yet, for)
3. A bicycle today has 2 wheels. It looked much different in its early days. (when, because, although, since, while, until, so that)
4. Today, some people still cycle to work. They know that cars are faster and more comfortable to travel. (when, because, although, since, while, until, despite)
5. Poor people couldn't afford to buy a bicycle. They could later when bicycles became cheaper. (however you can)

PART 2: Read the following passage and write a summary of around 50 words.
BICYCLES
The bicycles is a cheap and clean way to travel. The first bicycle was made about one hundred and fifty years ago. At first, bicycles were expensive. Only rich people could buy one. These early bicycles looked very different from the one we have today. Later, when bicycles became cheaper, many people bought one. People started riding bicycles to work and in their free time.
Today, people use cá more than bicycles; cars are much faster and you don't get wet when it rains! But some people still prefer to cycle to work. They say that there are too many cá in town centres and you can't find anywhere to park.

1. The bicycle is cheap and clean. It is, however, not a fast way to travel. (so, and, or, nor, but, yet, for)
=> The bicycle is cheap and clean but it isn't a fast way to travel.
2. At first, bicycles were expensive. Only rich people could buy one. (so, and, or, nor, but, yet, for)
=> At first, bicycles were expensive so only the rich people could buy one
3. A bicycle today has 2 wheels. It looked much different in its early days. (when, because, although, since, while, until, so that)
=> Because a bicycle today has 2 wheels, it looked much different in its early days.
4. Today, some people still cycle to work. They know that cars are faster and more comfortable to travel. (when, because, although, since, while, until, despite)
=> Although they know that cars are faster and more comfortable to travel, some people still cycle to work
5. Poor people couldn't afford to buy a bicycle. They could later when bicycles became cheaper. (however you can)
=> However you can .....
 
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