Grammar Quiz

[ Conjunction ]

Select the sentence that correctly uses ‘but’ to combine these sentences: “It was raining. We decided to go for a hike.”

A. It was raining, we decided to go for a hike.

B. It was raining but we decided to go for a hike.

C. It was raining, but we decided to go for a hike.

D. It was raining. But we decided to go for a hike.

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