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A compound sentence is:
A) At least three simple sentences connected by a comma and a conjunction or by a semicolon and no conjunction.
B) No more than two simple sentences connected by a comma and a conjunction or by a semicolon and no conjunction.
C) Two or more simple sentences connected by a comma and a conjunction or by a semicolon and no conjunction.
D) Two or more simple sentences connected by a comma and no conjunction or by a semicolon and a conjunction.

My answer is C

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