English, 12.11.2019 08:31, chelseychew32

Tim is describing an event in a narrative piece he is writing.

which sentence uses a transitional word that best indicates a shift from one time frame to another?

a. the trail is 6.3 miles long and was fairly easy, but toward the top, it became steep and rocky.

b. there’s a fire tower on the peak, and the views in the distance are spectacular.

c. my brother and i decided to climb to the top of owls head mountain in the adirondacks.

d. before we hiked down, we took a break and ate a snack and admired the view.

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