Combine the sentences using the conjunction given in parentheses.
Do not change the order of the sentences. Pay attention to the punctuation.
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They got married. They had to learn to manage their own home. (after)
After they got married, they had to learn to manage their own home.
He went crazy. His wife burnt his breakfast. (when)
He went crazy when his wife burnt his breakfast.
You can hear what I'm saying. You keep quiet. (if)
You can hear what I'm saying if you keep quiet.
I won't invite my classmates to a party. I know them well. (until)
I won't invite my classmates to a party until I know them well.
He arrived home. I had already cleaned the house. (by the time)
By the time he arrived home, I had already cleaned the house.
The first quiz was easy. This one is extremelly difficult. (whereas)
Whereas the first quiz was easy, this one is extremelly difficult.
The first quiz was easy whereas this one is extremelly difficult.
She's snobbish. People like her. (yet)
She's snobbish, yet people like her.
We're broke. We can't buy anything. (since)
Since we're broke, we can't buy anything.
He failed. He won't give up his ideals. (even though)
Even though he failed, he won't give up his ideals.
He fell asleep. He was watching the film. (while)
He fell asleep while he was watching the film.
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