What is the best way to combine these sentences?
My house has a basement. My house has a swing set. My house doesn’t have a pool.
A. My house has a basement and swing set, but it doesn’t have a pool.
B. A pool is not at my house, but it does have a basement and swing set.
C. My house has a basement, swing set, but not a pool.
D. My house has a basement, it has a swing set, it doesn’t have a pool.
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Other quiz: Grammar
Read the sentence.
The Central Pennsylvania Rock and Mineral Club Show featured several items.
Choose the most specific words to replace the words several items in the sentence.
A. many types of gems
B. a variety of rocks
C. different kinds of stones
D. over thirty brilliant diamonds
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