You must buy a ticket to see the picture.

Change the above sentence into a compound form
(a) If you but a ticket, you can see the picture.
(b) Buy a ticket, then you can see the picture.
(c) But a ticket and you can see the picture.
(d) Unless you buy a ticket, you cannot see the picture.

Anurag Mishra Professor Asked on 24th May 2016 in English.
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    Answer: (a) If a buy a ticket, you can see the picture 

    Anurag Mishra Professor Answered on 4th June 2016.
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