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Sentence Fragments and Run-On Sentences

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Jayci Carroll

on 9 October 2012

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Transcript of Sentence Fragments and Run-On Sentences

Jayci Carroll, Madison Paul, Patrick Bear & Cameron Edison Sentence Fragments
and Run-On Sentences Sentence Fragments are incomplete sentences.
Usually, fragments are parts of a sentence that have become disconnected. Sentence Fragments 1. She stormed across the room. Leaving all of her clothes behind.
She stormed across the room, leaving all of her clothes behind. Examples of Sentence Fragments A run-on sentence is when two or more independent clauses are combined without correct punctuation. Run-On Sentences 1. Johnny went to the park he played with his friends.
Johnny went to the park. He played with his friends. Examples of
Run-On Sentences One way to correct fragments is to remove the period from between the fragment and the main clause. 2. Madison needs to get new rain boots. Because the ones she has now have holes in them.
Madison need to get new rain boots, because the ones she has now have holes in them. 2. Jayci's phone was dead she forgot to charge it last night.
Jayci's phone was dead because she forgot to charge it last night.
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