C)  Joint the following sentences to make one complete sentence without using and, but, or so.
1.  He has won the first prize.  I am pleased to announce it.
2.  Pull the chain.  The train will stop.
3.  Arjun is still very weak.  He must not play cricket yet.
4.  Meeta is very clever.  No problem is beyond her.

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  1. I am pleased to announce that he has won the first prize.
  2. The train will stop if you pull the chain.
  3. Arjun must not play cricket yet because he is still very weak.
  4. Meeta is very clever, therefore, no problem is beyond her.

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