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19 February, 02:00

My great-grandfather immigrated to America from Kazakhstan. My great-uncle immigrated from Kazakhstan, too. Which combines the sentences using a correlative conjunction? Both my great-grandfather and my great-uncle immigrated to America from Kazakhstan. My great-grandfather and my great-uncle immigrated to America from Kazakhstan. My great-grandfather immigrated to America from Kazakhstan, but my great-uncle also immigrated from Kazakhstan. My great-grandfather immigrated to America from Kazakhstan, and my great-uncle immigrated from Kazakhstan, too.

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  1. 19 February, 02:36
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    Correlative conjunctions are pairs and they work together.

    Therefore, sentence A would be the best answer. The correlative conjunctions are "both" and "and".
  2. 19 February, 03:22
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    The answer would be the first sentence given,

    Both my great-grandfather and my great-uncle immigrated to America from Kazakhstan.
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