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you like to play Baseball you cannot throw a ball very well, however, you are a good catcher.

you like to play baseball you cannot throw a ball very well, in fact, you hit the batter last week.

you like to play baseball you cannot throw a ball very well, for instance, last week the ball didn't make it to the batter's box.

you like to play baseball you cannot throw a ball very well, besides that, you sprained your ankle and can't run the bases.

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choose the connective that belongs in the blank in the following sentence.

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Q: Choose the connective that belongs in the blank in the following sentence you like to play baseball you cannot throw a ball very well a however b in fact c. for instance c. besides?
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