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COMBINING SENTENCES: Kira likes apples. Kira does not like bananas.
A. Kira likes apples. Kira likes bananas.
B. Kira likes apples, but not bananas.
C. Kira likes apples and Kira does not like bananas.
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______ continuously for 12 hours, Tom felt tired and sleepy.
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Ignoring the article (The), find the adjective:
“The sweet mango was given to us.”
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