• anonymous
III. Sentences type C for a complete sentence, F for a fragment, and R for a run-on. 25. Turning the corner on two wheels without tipping over. 26.Determined to win his approval. 27. I like to watch all the soap operas its so stimulating. 28.She grabbed a fly swatter. 29.By carrying away waste products efficiently and effectively. 30.To study harder than ever before. 31.She married him, when Percival heard the news, he fainted. 32.We had planned an all-day picnic in a pasture near the river. 33.Where are Riff and Raff those cats won'
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  • Lexis
well i won't give you the answers, but the basics are pretty straightforward. - a run on sentence tends to have several different fragments all strung together - like in 31. - a fragment is neither a whole sentence or a run on. So it will not be a complete phrase. like in 26. - and a complete sentence will make sense as soon as you read it. It will sound like a statement basically. 28 make some sense?

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