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Read the sentences below: Since he was in such a hurry, I told him to go on without me. He said he could wait, so we traveled together. Choose the correct version of the combined sentence. (1 point) Since he was in such a hurry, I told him to go on without me but; then he said he could wait, so we traveled together. Since he was in such a hurry, I told him to go on without me; however, he said he could wait, so we traveled together. Since he was in such a hurry; I told him to go on without me; but then he said he could wait, so we traveled together. Since he was in such a hurry I told him, to go on without me, however he said he could wait, so we traveled together.

5 months ago
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help

5 months ago
TheSmartOne:

Which one do you think it is

5 months ago
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ALready finished and handed in, but thanks anyways

5 months ago
TheSmartOne:

So what's the correct answer :)

5 months ago
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idk

5 months ago
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i already finished and got 100%

5 months ago
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and im too lazy to go check what i put as the answer

5 months ago
TheSmartOne:

So you didn't really learn it

5 months ago
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i cant be bothered to read the question again (even though i got it correct) when i dont need to

5 months ago
TheSmartOne:

It's B then :b

5 months ago
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mhm, already finished it anyways lol

5 months ago
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