minecraftqueen
  • minecraftqueen
Which is a run-on sentence? A. His guitar strings broke, so he can't play now. B. His toolbox was unlatched, and his tools fell out. C. His watch fell behind the couch he couldn't reach it. D. His project was good, yet his presentation was confusing. 2. (1 pt) Which is a run-on sentence? A. The duck waddled up the embankment, and it quacked at me. B. The squirrel ran across the yard it climbed up the tree. C. The hamster likes his wheel, but he spins in it all night long. D. The fox sat in the middle of the yard, and it stared at us.
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minecraftqueen
  • minecraftqueen
(1 pt) Which is a correctly written sentence, not a run-on? A. The gate to our backyard had been left open our dogs got out while we were gone. B. Our cousins are coming for a visit we plan on taking them to the zoo and the museums. C. Our car wouldn't start, so Dad called a tow truck to take it to the mechanic. D. Our backyard was all soggy from the rain, the dog's paws were all muddy. 4. (1 pt) Which is a run-on sentence? A. They sing in a band, but they haven't had any shows yet. B. They walk every evening, and it helps relax them. C. They practice after school every day; it is very tiring. D. They took the bus, it took a long time to get home. 5. (1 pt) Which is a correctly written sentence, not a run-on? A. The library has a good selection of books and movies we borrow some every week. B. The ferry leaves for the island in fifteen minutes; we need to hurry to catch it. C. The train left the station at 3 o'clock it should be arriving in town any minute now. D. The summer concert series in the park starts Thursday we plan on going every week. 6. (1 pt) Which conjunction best fixes the run-on sentence? Alex carefully carried the picture he painted, __________ it was still wet. A. so B. for C. or D. yet 7. (1 pt) Which conjunction best fixes the run-on sentence? Swimming lessons are canceled today, __________ we stayed home. A. yet B. but C. so D. or 8. (1 pt) Which conjunction best fixes the run-on sentence? Is Laura going to the party __________ is she staying home? A. or B. but C. and D. yet 9. (1 pt) Which sentence does not correctly fix this run-on sentence? Our dog chased a skunk fortunately Dad was able to wash off the smell. A. Our dog chased a skunk, and fortunately Dad was able to wash off the smell. B. Our dog chased a skunk, fortunately Dad was able to wash off the smell. C. Our dog chased a skunk. Fortunately, Dad was able to wash off the smell. D. Our dog chased a skunk; fortunately, Dad was able to wash off the smell. 10. (1 pt) Which sentence correctly fixes this run-on sentence? That was quite a traffic jam, many drivers honked their horns, one car blocked the intersection. A. That was quite a traffic jam and many drivers honked their horns, one car blocked the intersection. B. That was quite a traffic jam; many drivers honked their horns, and one car blocked the intersection. C. That was quite a traffic jam. Many drivers honked their horns, one car blocked the intersection. D. That was quite a traffic jam, many drivers honked their horns. One car blocked the intersection.
minecraftqueen
  • minecraftqueen
@DanJS can u help me
minecraftqueen
  • minecraftqueen
this is the only subject i have real problems in

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DanJS
  • DanJS
i am not good with english rules sorry...i always choose the one that sounded most like normal talking.. lol , it got me past
DanJS
  • DanJS
read all the choices a couple times and pick the one that sounds goofy
minecraftqueen
  • minecraftqueen
loll ok
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  • minecraftqueen
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anonymous
  • anonymous
sorry wont be able to help :( hope you find someone but here is the definition of for the first one A run-on is a sentence in which two or more independent clauses (i.e., complete sentences) are joined without an appropriate punctuation or conjunction
anonymous
  • anonymous
As a person who has had to learn how to stop using run-on sentences I will see if I can recognize any here. I may not be correct though, so I would check my stuff. I will just see what I can do for you. Just read them out loud and if they sound off, they may be a run-on. I am not a 100% sure, but 1. I believe would be c since it is not divided by a comma and if you read it to me it doesn't sound right. 2. once again I believe it is b. Since it states that it climbed up the tree, which could've easily been another sentence I believe it's a run-on. 3. I think it would be C because if you just read it out it is the only one that sounds like it fits. 4. I believe is B. 5. C, I believe 6. I would say, "yet" 7. I would go with "so" 8. I would go with "or" 9. C, I believe 10. I would say A Once again, I would check my answers. Don't take them as law XD. I hope this helps though, if you have any questions let me know.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Like DanJS said, try reading them out loud. That might help!

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