Is the grpup of words a simple sentence, a compound sentence, or a run-on sentence?
Grasslands are a biome they include pampas, steppes, and prairies.
A. Simple sentence
B. Run-on sentence
C. Compound sentence
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i think b
b i belive because a run on is 2 independent sentences joined without a conjunction
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A compound sentence has two independent clauses or sentences. The independent clauses can be joined by a coordinating conjunction (such as "and," "for" and "but") or a semicolon.
SO...........DO YOU THINK THIS IS THE ANSWER?
A RUN-ON SENTENCE (sometimes called a "fused sentence") has at least two parts, either one of which can stand by itself (in other words, two independent clauses), but the two parts have been smooshed together instead of being properly connected.
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A simple sentence is a sentence consisting of only one clause, with a single subject and predicate.
So now you should be able to figure out which one of those is your answer
Your answer is NOT B though
YOUR CORRECT ANSWER IS" COMPOUND SENTENCE
BECAUSE: "(such as "and," "for" and "but") or a semicolon."
Oh it would be a compound sentence because a conjuction could have the words and, but, or or