How to use 'how to concatenate two tuples in python' in Python

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20def join_consecutive_tuples(tuples):
21 for i in range(len(tuples) - 1):
22 curr_type = tuples[i][1]
23 curr_end_idx = tuples[i][2][1]
24 next_type = tuples[i + 1][1]
25 next_start_idx = tuples[i + 1][2][0]
26 if curr_type == next_type and curr_end_idx == next_start_idx - 1:
27 curr_word = tuples[i][0]
28 next_word = tuples[i + 1][0]
29 curr_start_idx = tuples[i][2][0]
30 next_end_idx = tuples[i + 1][2][1]
31 tuples[i + 1] = (curr_word + ' ' + next_word,
32 curr_type,
33 [curr_start_idx, next_end_idx])
34 tuples[i] = ()
35 tuples = [t for t in tuples if t]
36 return tuples
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