Co-Relatives and English words:
Hardly..when, scarcely..when, no sooner.. than, as soon as etc.
|as soon as – x||as long as – x||unless – x|
|as far as – x||x – unit||x – till|
|x – so that||no sooner – than||hardly – when|
|not only – but also||either – or||neither – nor|
|although –||Scarcely – when||rather – than|
|no less – than||the – the|
Co-Relatives example sentences:
- As soon as we reached the station, the train left.
- No sooner did he get up to deliver his speech than the hall began to resound with cheers.
- We had scarcely reached the school when the bell rang.
- He had hardly left his house when it started raining.
- Unless you run fast,you will not be able to catch the train.
- Please wait for me until I return.
- As long as I am here, you needn’t worry about anything.
- Although he is poor, yet he is honest.
- As for as l remember, he was here yesterday.
- Get the roof repaired before it should leak.
- What to speak of standing first.
- He cannot even pass the examination.
- He would rather fail than copy.
- No less a person than the Chief Minister of the state hoisted the National Flag.
- He is so ill that he cannot rise from his bed.
- He works hard so that he may win a prize.
- The higher you go the colder it is.
- Either you or your brother is guilty.
- She is too weak to walk.
- She is so weak that she cannot walk.
- I study not only English but French also.
- Neither Babu nor his brother, plays in this park.
سے بنے جملے(Temporal s )زبانی الفاظ
- It is July two thousand and three (2003).
- He will come in August.
- You will receive his letter in three days.
- You will receive his letter within three days.
- We left for Mumbai on 20th February.
- You came at half past three.
- The shop remains open from9.30 AM to 7 P.M.
- She was here till 5.00 P.M. yesterday.
- The boys play every day for one hour.
- He has been staying here since yesterday.
- She has been living here since 2000.
- How long have you been learning.
- I have already written to her/him.
- She hasn’t come yet.
- The show is about to start.
- I shall finish my work by next Friday.
- He’ll finish his work in about four hours.
- I reached there around 3 o’clock.
- When Rani came, Mala left.
- He was breathing his last by dawn.
- I’ll meet him next month.