Which of these sentences is punctuated correctly?
A. Although the concert doesn't start for over an hour; most of her fans have already arrived at the concert hall.
B. The concert doesn't start for over an hour; though, most of her fans already arrived at the concert hall.
C. Most of her fans have arrived at the concert hall; however, the concert doesn't start for over an hour.
D. Even though the concert doesn't start for over an hour; however, most of her fans have already arrived at the concert hall.
I'm thinking A or C
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Alright, sorry about that. So we can look through the answers and see automatically that d is not the answer. And A, to me, doesn't sound right. Since I narrowed it down to C or B I'm going to choose the one that I think sounds the best. And to me that would be B. Hope I helped. Please tell me what you get on this question, I would love to know. :)