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LINQ Expression to return a string array based on the occurence of a given string

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I was hoping someone could help me with a LINQ expression that I can't seem to get my arms around. Let's say I have the following method that returns a filtered string array given the name of a fruit and the occurence of where the fruit falls in the original array.

The returned array should contain a group of fruits beginning with the given fruit and its occurence in the original string and "TAKE" until that fruit occurs in the original array again.

In case this sounds confusing, here are some examples of what would be returned from the method below:

Example 1:
GetFruitGroup("Apple", 1);
Returns: { "Apple", "Banana", "Peach" }

Example 2:
GetFruitGroup("Banana", 3);
Returns: { "Banana", "Strawberry" }

Example 3:
GetFruitGroup("Banana", 2);
Returns: { "Banana" }

Example 4:
GetFruitGroup("Peach", 1)
Returns: { "Peach", "Apple", "Orange", "Banana", "Banana", "Strawbery" }
public static string[] GetFruitGroup(string fruitToStartAt, int occurence)
        string[] fruits = new string[] { "Apple",
                                         "Strawberry" };
        // var fruitGroup = LINQ Expression
        return fruitGroup;
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