Clauses (mixed)

Change the sentences using the words in brackets.
They couldn't play tennis because of the rain. (due to the fact)They couldn't play tennis due to the fact that it was raining.
We use a drill. We make holes in wood or metal. (for)We use a drill for making holes in wood or metal.
The train was delayed. Therefore, he was late for work. (because)He was late for work because the train was delayed.
It was such a noisy show that I didn’t enjoy it. (so)The show was so noisy that I didn’t enjoy it.
Jason learns Chinese. His aim is to work in China. (with a view to)Jason learns Chinese with a view to working in China.
Linda turned on the lights. She wanted to see better. (so that)Linda turned on the lights so that she could see better.
Take some sandwiches. You will be hungry. (in case)Take some sandwiches in case you are hungry.
She didn't want to get bored on the train, so she took some magazines. (so as not to)She took some magazines so as not to get bored on the train.
I won’t be able to attend the meeting since I’ll be on vacation. (the reason why)The reason why I won’t be able to attend the meeting is that I’ll be on vacation.
I’m falling asleep because the film is boring. (such)It is such a boring film that I'm falling asleep.
It was cold. Therefore, we stayed at home. (as)As it was cold, we stayed at home.
I have stopped eating chocolate because I'm on a diet. (consequently)I'm on a diet. Consequently, I have stopped eating chocolate.
She will call you (as soon as / until) she …… (arrive).She will call you as soon as she arrives.
Mary cooked dinner (while / after) she ……… (do) the shopping.Mary cooked the dinner after she had done the shopping.
Somebody knocked at the door (by / while) we …… (have) dinner.Somebody knocked at the door while we were having dinner.
(Whenever / Wherever) he's in London, he …… (go) to see his grandmother.Whenever he's in London, he goes to see his grandmother.
You can’t go out (when / until) you …… (finish) your homework.You can't go out until you have finished your homework.
(After / By the time) he arrived, his brother …… already …… (leave).By the time he arrived, his brother had already left.
Everyone knows they are not rich but they behave as if they …… (have) a lot of money.Everyone knows they are not rich but they behave as if they had a lot of money.
He is a very smart boy. He looks as if he …… (know) the answer.He is a very smart boy. He looks as if he knows the answer.
The sky is full of black clouds. It looks as if it …… (rain) soon.The sky is full of black clouds. It looks as if it will rain soon.
Joe is on holiday now. He sounds as if he …… (enjoy) himself.Joe is on holiday now. He sounds as if he is enjoying himself.
He is out of breath. He looks as if he …… (run).He is out of breath. He looks as if he has been running.
He doesn't know English but he is nodding his head as if he …… (understand) what we are saying.He doesn't know English but he is nodding his head as if he understood what we are saying.