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Combine these sentences with an appropriate coordinating conjunction to form a compound sentence. We almost​ didn't reach the airport in time. We got stuck in traffic. A. We almost​ didn't reach the airport in​ time, so we got stuck in traffic. B. We almost​ didn't reach the airport in​ time, but we got stuck in traffic. C. We almost​ didn't reach the airport in​ time, and we got stuck in traffic. D. We almost​ didn't reach the airport in​ time, for we got stuck in traffic.

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