What is the best way to combine these two sentences?well have fun with our friends. Well swim in the ocean. A. Well have fun with our friends and well swim in the ocean. B. Well have fun with our friends and also well swim in the ocean.
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Usually when you are asked to combine sentences they want you to take what both sentences have in common and use a joining word like and or but. In honesty both of those answers are redundant, but A is probably the better way to combine them. Hoped that helped.
Are those your only choices? They are both worded funny. Try it using and or but, like Karrie96 suggested. There is no need for "also we'll."
As the other's said both are worded wrong, but if we must choose one it would be A