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In the question below, there are two sentences. These two sentences are to be combined into one sentence which should convey the same meaning as conveyed by the two sentences. It is possible to combine the pair of sentences in various different ways. Beginnings of three such sentences are given below each pair of sentences. You have to find out which one, two, three or none of them is the correct, appropriate and logical way to combine the pair of sentences into one sentence to convey the same meaning as conveyed by the two sentences.
She is very simple. 
She cannot see through his plans.
(A) She is too ........
(B) Being very .......
(C) She is so ........


A
Only A
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B
Only C
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C
A & B
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D
A & C
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E
A, B & C
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Solution

The correct option is D A, B & C
She is too simple to see through his plans.
Being very simple, she cannot see through his plans.
She is so simple that she cannot see through his plans.

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