Choose the grammatically correct use of an absolute phrase from the following sentences.
The love of my life walked out of the door, a cappuccino in her hand.
The love of my life walked out of the door a cappuccino in her hand.
The love of my life walked out of the door, and a cappuccino in her hand.
The love of my life walked out of the door; a cappuccino in her hand.
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I think its A, Is that correct?
Well, think about it like this. after every comma could you replace it with the word and?
I would say it is D, if that's wrong a runner up is B