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Change Run-ons into Complete Sentence Part 2

A sentence is a group of words that forms a complete thought. It has both a subject and a verb.

My friends walk along the path.

A run-on sentence is made up of two sentences that are joined without end punctuation or with just a comma.

I knocked on the door it opened.

There are five ways to correct a run-on sentence.  

 

S.No.

Rule

Run-on

Correct Sentence

1

Put a period between the two sentences.

Lisa was extremely sick she had to go to the hospital.

Lisa was extremely sick.

She had to go to the hospital.

Now these are two good sentences.

2

Connect the two sentences with a comma and a coordinating conjunction (and, but, nor, for, so, or, yet). This forms a compound sentence.

It’s raining we don’t want to go outside.

It’s raining, so we don’t want to go outside.

This is a good sentence.

3

Connect the two sentences with a semicolon.

The diving board is fun the slide is even better!

The diving board is fun; the slide is even better!

This is a good sentence.

4

Connect the two sentences with a semicolon and a word or phrase to explain the relationship between the two sentences (however, therefore, then, as a result, consequently, also, in contrast, nevertheless, on the other hand, etc.).

For example:

Sarah is a good driver she got in an accident.

Sarah is a good driver; nevertheless, she got in an accident.

This is a good sentence.

5

Connect the two sentences by inserting one as a dependent clause. You will often use a dependent clause signal word to do this (because, if, although, which, who, when). This forms a complex sentence.

Grandma is coming at noon she is bringing my birthday cake!

Grandma, who is bringing my birthday cake, is coming at noon!

This is a good sentence.





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Remember :

The smallest number is the one that comes first while counting.

Solution :

To arrange the given numbers in order from smallest to greatest, find the smallest number among all the given numbers.

21,27,23

21 is the smallest number.

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