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Read the sentences Combine them to make a compound sentence using a comma and the coordinating conjunction in ()

We had a great time at the beach. I can't wait to go back (and)

We had a great time at the beach, and I can't wait to go back.

The marathon was exhausting. I'd like to run another one someday. (yet)

The marathon was exhausting, yet I'd like to run another one someday.

We waited in line for movie tickets. They were sold out.(but)

We waited in line for movie tickets, but they were sold out.

You can buy a snack. You could make one yourself(or)

You can buy a snack, or you could make one yourself.

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