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We never eat candy or ice cream. We do drink soda.

a. We never eat candy or ice cream, but we do drink soda.
b. Because we never eat candy or ice cream, we drink soda.
c. We never eat candy or ice cream, so we do drink soda.
d. We never eat candy or ice cream and drink soda.
  1. a. The conjunction but means on the contrary, and indicates that the two negatives in the first main clause will be followed by their opposite or opposites in the second: Never eat candy or ice cream . . . (but) do drink soda.

Test ID: 453
Source: 501 Grammar and Writing Questions