Choose the correct option to join the following sentences without using and, 'but' or 'so': The cat is far of. The mice will play.
1.When the cat is far off, the mice will play.
2.The mice would play when it finds cat far off.
3.The cat is far off then mice will play.
Do not cry____________ spilt milk.
I have been ill. I returned from Delhi.
1.I have been ill when I returned from Delhi.
2. I have been ill since I returned from Delhi.
3.I returned from Delhi since then I have been ill.
John came back home _________ evening.
The soldiers passed ____________ .
1.Where is the lost book which I gave you?
2.Is the book lost, that I gave you?
3.Is the book which gave you, lost?
Why he told lie? The reason is not known
1. The reason he told a lie is not known.
2.The reason why he told a lie is not known.
3.The reason for which he told a lie is not known.