Combine the following sentences using a correlative conjunction: You can either eat your vegetables. You can have dessert.
A. You can either eat your vegetables or have dessert.
B. You can either eat your vegetables nor have dessert.
C. You can either eat your vegetables but have dessert.
D. You can either eat your vegetables and have dessert.
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