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Choose the sentence that uses a preposition to express a logical relationship. A. Karen decided to stay home instead of going to the party. B. He practiced for the piano recital from early morning to late afternoon. C. Ray's cell phone rang loudly during the meeting. D. The spider scurried under the kitchen cabinet.
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The sentence that uses a preposition to express a logical relationship is Karen decided to stay home instead of going to the party.
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