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    Hello everyone,

    In my book is a sentence which I have to complete with and, so, or but.

    She can speak French, _________ she can't write it.

    I wrote:
    She can speak French, but she can't write it.

    My books' answer is:
    She can speak French, and she can't write it.

    In my oppinion is "and" wrong in this sentence, isn't it

    Kind regards,
    Dany

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    'but' looks just fine to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Francois
    'but' looks just fine to me

    FRC
    That's also my opinion, but I want to know if "and" is wrong or not :?

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    I don't think it's correct.

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