• anonymous
Which sentence contains both an adverb and a conjunction? A. Lawson crept silently up the stairs, but couldn't still his heartbeat. B. Don't imagine you can't do as you wish. C. Do you want the shrimp or the crab? D. Lucille was a kind person, but she hated people who spread rumors.
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  • Sepeario
It's A. Silently is the adverb describing 'crept', and but is the conjunction joining the two clauses.

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