Which sentence correctly combines the following sentences using ‘or’: “You can have tea. You can have coffee.”
A. You can have tea or you can have coffee.
B. You can have tea, or you can have coffee.
C. You can have tea you can have coffee.
D. You can have tea, or, you can have coffee.
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