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Choose the most appropriate coordination conjunctions to join the two sentences.
The drama teacher was sick. The play was postponed.
A) or
B) for
C) but
D) so
I think it is B.

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asked by Sliverstream
  1. I disagree.
    What is your answer to your last question?

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  2. Okay, for my LAST question is A. This question, last shot, would be D.

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    posted by Sliverstream
  3. Yes, D for this question.
    So is the best conjunction here.

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  4. Okay, thank you! :)

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    posted by Sliverstream
  5. You're welcome.

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