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Rain and hail starts to fall, and lightning begins flashing.a. compound c. compound-complex b. complex
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User: Rain and hail starts to fall, and lightning begins flashing.a. compound c. compound-complex b. complex

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Rain and hail starts to fall, and lightning begins flashing. This sentence is COMPOUND because it contains two independent clauses that are separated by a coordinating conjunction.
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