# English

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Which of the following best combine the two sentences. "He sat down silently. He was desperate."
a. Silently and desperately, he sat down.
b. Silently, desperately, he sat down
c. Silently, he sat down, desperately.
Is choice a correct?
Thanks.

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Yes. A is the best answer.

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