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Choose the correctly punctuated sentence:
A) I am sorry to say, however, that I am not looking forward to the holidays.
B) I am sorry to say however that I am not looking forward to the holidays.
C) I am sorry to say, however that I am not looking forward to the holidays.

My answer is C but it looks like it could be A

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    C is wrong.

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