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Choose the option that best combines these sentences into a logical compound sentence.
Stina is really, extraordinarily good at playing billiards. I've never dared to play with her.
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Stina is really, extraordinarily good at playing billiards, so I've never dared to play with her.

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Stina is really, extraordinarily good at playing billiards, I've never dared to play with her.

C
I've never dared to play with Stina, really, extraordinarily good at playing billiards.

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  1. Only one of those three sentences is a compound sentence. It has a coordinating conjunction in it.
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  2. I've never dared to play with Stina, really, extraordinarily good at playing billiards.

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