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She loves celebrating her birthday. She always has a big party.

a. She loves celebrating her birthday, to where she always has a big party.
b. Although she loves celebrating her birthday, she always has a big party.
c. She always has a big party, meanwhile she loves celebrating her birthday.
d. She loves celebrating her birthday, so she always has a big party
  1. d. The conjunction so correctly indicates the causality: The subject of the sentence always has a big party because she loves celebrating her birthday. Choice a indicates causality but is ungrammatical.

Test ID: 457
Source: 501 Grammar and Writing Questions