A1 Linking Words

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Let’s learn about how to connect sentences together with linking words. You can make longer sentences this way.

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Learn the linking words to be successful in the Cambridge Assessment English A1 Movers test.

A1 Linking Words

Complete Exercise 1.
Complete Exercise 2.
Complete Exercise 3.
Complete the texts.
Examples.

Linking words to connect parts of sentences together

And adds two things together
He plays basketball and football.
I had a pizza and watch a film.

But makes a contrast:
She likes hamburgers but she doesn’t like cheese.
He watched a film but he didn’t enjoy it.

Or links two negative things:
I don’t like carrots or peas.
Jim doesn’t like science or maths.

Because shoes a reason:
We can’t go to the beach because it is raining.
I don’t want to go to the disco because I am tired.

Especially helpful are exercises that are focussed on a theme or topic as these provide word retention practice so you can be confident to read, write, speak and listen successfully.

At this elementary level, there are materials concerned with basic English communication to provide confidence to understand at this basic level of English.

Here are resources at this elementary level that will give students practice in reading and writing. The reading materials are reading comprehensions but can be easily adapted for other reading practice. At this low level, the writing materials are generally guided writings.

We add reading and writing exercises on a regular basis. Why not bookmark our site, so you can come back to practice anywhere or at any time of the day? 
In addition, we add listening and speaking exercises in order to practise for this part of the A1 Movers test.
The more words you encounter and understand, the broader your day-to-day vocabulary will become. Our word games and puzzles are an excellent way to help to reinforce spellings in your mind.