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8 April, 21:40

Read the paragraph. Last night I was startled. A raccoon crawled into one of the trash cans behind my house. It couldn't escape, and it hissed at me when I was taking out the trash. I was so surprised that I ran back into the house! I was relieved when a park ranger was able to rescue the raccoon and return it to its natural habitat. Which revision best uses a phrase to combine the first two sentences?

Startling me, a raccoon crawled into one of the trash cans behind my house last night.

A raccoon last night startled me when it crawled into one of the trash cans behind my house.

Last night, when it crawled into one of the trash cans behind my house, a raccoon startled me.

Last night, I was startled by a raccoon that had crawled into one of the trash cans behind my house.

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  1. 8 April, 23:10
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    The answer would be D
  2. 8 April, 23:37
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    Last night, I was startled by a raccoon that had crawled into one of the trash cans behind my house.
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