In this second of two online exercises on English linkers for business emails and communication, you will learn and remember more advanced and professional sounding linking words/phrases.
If you don't know what exactly a linker is or if haven't already done the exercise in the first part, I would recommend that you read and learn the linkers in the the first part of this exercise. It will help with learning and then using the linkers that you find here.
To learn more business English vocabulary, look at our exercises in the general business English vocabulary exercise menu.
Choose the correct type of relationship (i.e. is the word/phrase used to give a reason, does it then add extra information etc...) from the selection box which the linker in bold is being used for each of the 10 questions. Click on the "Check Answers" button at the bottom of the quiz to check your answers.
In the quiz you find the same 10 sentences you looked at earlier. But in this part you are going to decide for each linker whether they are a conjunction (followed by a clause, which has at least a subject (i.e. "it") and a verb (i.e. "went")) or a preposition (which is followed by only a noun or noun phrase). Choose the correct type of word from the selection box for each of the 10 questions. Click on the "Check Answers" button at the bottom of the quiz to check your answers.
Now that you understand them, practise them by creating your own sentences in English with them.