anonymous
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A comma cannot be used to correct most run-on sentences can be used to correct most run-on sentences can be used to combine two independent clauses correctly is required to combine two dependent clauses correctly
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misssunshinexxoxo
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Which one do you believe it is?
anonymous
  • anonymous
comma is used to combine two different clauses correctly without cutting them apart. As defined by Oxford
anonymous
  • anonymous
If that helps you:)

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anonymous
  • anonymous
'.'..wait so it is A
anonymous
  • anonymous
no
anonymous
  • anonymous
Standard English postulates that comma is used to combine "two different and independent clauses" without disrupting the flow
anonymous
  • anonymous
'.'..ok
anonymous
  • anonymous
then its B :/
anonymous
  • anonymous
or D
anonymous
  • anonymous
idk..wait it is C
anonymous
  • anonymous
Michio kaku, theoretical physicist, had come up with a theory called string theory, which most modern physicists consider to be the theory of everything.
anonymous
  • anonymous
im positive..?
anonymous
  • anonymous
o.0
anonymous
  • anonymous
im just gonna say its C
anonymous
  • anonymous
You got it right:)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Like i said "two independent clauses"
anonymous
  • anonymous
'.'...oki thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
Glad to have helped you:) Cheers

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