gabbyalicorn
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Which does not contain a run-on sentence? A. In the late autumn, my grandmother cooks an amazing pie she uses, acorn squash and fresh honey. B. In the late autumn, my grandmother cooks she makes an amazing pie with acorn squash and fresh honey. C. In the late autumn, my grandmother cooks an amazing pie with acorn squash and fresh honey. D. In the late autumn, my grandmother cooks an amazing pie she uses acorn squash and fresh honey.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
C.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes C.
anonymous
  • anonymous
C is the only one that makes sense, although I would place a comma between acorn and aquash. Unless, of course, there is such a thing as acorn squash xD

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