Combine the following pairs of sentences using the conjunction given in brackets.
1. I will have no difficulty. My friend is with me. (so long as)
2. You may use my room. You should keep it tidy. (so long as)
3. Susie may or may not like Sam. She is going to marry him. (whether or not)
4. Take enough money. There may be unexpected expenses. (in case)
5. I shall lend you thousand dollars. You should pay it back within a month. (on condition that)
6. We will invest in new machinery. It should increase our productivity. (provided that)
7. Ann may join us. You have to invite her. (if)
8. She is ready to take a pay-cut. She should be allowed to work flexible hours. (unless)
9. The school may admit more students. The management has to appoint more teachers. (provided that)
1. I will have no difficulty so long as my friend is with me.
2. You may use my room so long as you keep it tidy.
3. Whether Susie likes Sam or not, she is going to marry him.
4. Take enough money in case there are unexpected expenses.
5. I shall lend you thousand dollars on condition that you pay it back within a month.
6. We will invest in new machinery provided that it increases our productivity.
7. Ann may join us if you invite her.
8. She is not ready to take a pay-cut unless she is allowed to work flexible hours.
9. The school may admit more students provided that the management appoints more teachers.