logan13
  • logan13
Which group of words is a sentence fragment? A. Wolves often hunt big animals like deer and moose. B. That's more than 80 hamburgers! C. When it is very hungry, a wolf can eat 20 pounds of meat in one meal. D. If there is no other choice of food.
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TheRaggedyDoctor
  • TheRaggedyDoctor
What do you think?
TheRaggedyDoctor
  • TheRaggedyDoctor
Which one isn't complete? Or doesn't sound right?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Listen to the Doctor. ^ XD

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logan13
  • logan13
c
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Which one sounds like there should be more added?
logan13
  • logan13
b
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Well let's see, A & C are complete sentences so that leaves you with B & D. Which of those feels like it isn't a complete sentence at all?
logan13
  • logan13
d
anonymous
  • anonymous
B is incorrect. B is telling you there are over 80 burgers. Which means it leaves you with a bit of information. A SENTENCE FRAGMENT fails to be a sentence in the sense that it cannot stand by itself. It does not contain even one independent clause. There are several reasons why a group of words may seem to act like a sentence but not have the wherewithal to make it as a complete thought.
anonymous
  • anonymous
B is a complete though.
anonymous
  • anonymous
*thought.
anonymous
  • anonymous
D is correct.
Projects
  • Projects
Yes, the correct answer D @logan13 c: but take note of what @NeonStrawsForever said, lol.

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