16. Which sentence contains both an adverb and a conjunction? A. Lucille was a kind person, but she hated people who spread rumors. B. Do you want the shrimp or the crab? C. Don't imagine you can't do as you wish. D. Lawson crept silently up the stairs, but couldn't still his heartbeat. 17. Choose the connective that belongs in the blank in the following sentence. I like to play baseball. _______, I can't throw a ball very well. A. However B. In fact C. Besides D. For instance 18. Which one of the following sentences contains two ideas joined by a connecting word? A. Mike ran after the bus. B. Sally lives with her parents, although she could afford her own apartment. C. Frank went fishing on Saturday he caught many fish. D. Tina arrived at work earlier than usual. 19. Which of the following statements about connecting paragraphs is correct? A. You can't state an idea in paragraph 2 that's related to an idea in paragraph 1. B. A good connection between two paragraphs is an implied transition. C. You can use a pointing word that that refers to a word in the previous paragraph. D. Two paragraphs may be joined by an action verb. 20. Which one of the following sentences contains an unnecessary word? A. She left early, though he told her not to. B. Rich was angry, but he concealed his feelings. C. The snake raised up its head and struck. D. Why don't you leave before the crowd arrives?
16. is C. Don't imagine you can't do as you wish. 17. is A. However 18. is D. Tina arrived at work earlier than usual. 19. is B. A good connection between two paragraphs is an implied transition. 20. is C. The snake raised up its head and struck