A. At the store cookies and milk are the things Brian bought. C. At the store Brian C. At the store Brian bought milk and cookies. B. At the store Brian bought cookies, he also bought milk at the store. D. Brian bought milk at the store. D. Brian bought milk at the store. Brian also bought cookies at the store. At the store Brian bought milk. He bought cookies. What is the best way to combine these sentences?
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A. We had A. We had C. We would C. We would Wed like cake for dessert. Wed is a contraction for which words? D. We should D. We should B. We did B. We did
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