Combine the following sentences using a subordinating conjunction: She went to the store. She needed to buy some groceries.
A. She went to the store and she needed to buy some groceries.
B. She went to the store so she needed to buy some groceries.
C. She went to the store although she needed to buy some groceries.
D. She went to the store because she needed to buy some groceries.
Select your answer:
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