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Which is a correctly punctuated COMPOUND sentence?

A) The girl ran across the street and got the mail.
B) The girl ran across the street, and she got the mail.***
C) The girl ran across the street because she wanted to get the mail.
D) The girl ran across the street, got the mail, and returned to the house.

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  2. Thank you can you check another?

    Which sentence is not a compound sentence?
    A) The man was far away, and we could not see him clearly.**
    B) The little puppy barked, and Jason took him outside.
    C) Kale, which is nutritious and low in fat, has become available in greater variety.
    D) Bookstores are popular, and they have many interesting books, but there are too few science fiction books.

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  3. Compound sentences mostly follow this pattern: subject + verb, conjunction subject + verb

    Try again.

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  4. The answer is C

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  5. Correct

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