Which conjunction best fixes the run-on sentence? Wayne had climbed the tree, __________ he couldn't get down. A. but B. for C. so D. or

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Which conjunction best fixes the run-on sentence? Wayne had climbed the tree, __________ he couldn't get down. A. but B. for C. so D. or

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I'm going to explain this one, because this is rather easy and you asked for help.
i needhelp
ill go with A
For-doesn't make any sense because that would mean he was already up there when he climbed the tree so-is acting like it's obvious he couldn't get down or-just doesn't make sense.
Say the sentence with each word. Which one sounds correct? You've been speaking the language for 10 or so years. Don't make it harder than it needs to be.
And @ShirouxGhoul is correct.
i said i need help
so A
Yes, it's the only logical one. Any others make the sentence a fragment.
Which conjunction best fixes the run-on sentence? Easy Street is being repaired, __________ we went a different way. A. nor B. for C. so D. or
Think about it. nor- makes absolutely no sense. for- makes absolutely no sense or- makes no sense They make so little sense I couldn't give an example of how idiotic it is. So your answer is so, because it is the ONLY one that makes ANY sense.
Which conjunction best fixes the run-on sentence? Is Laura going to the party __________ is she staying home? A. or B. yet C. and D. but Question Resources
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Or- makes a lot of sense yet- makes some sense too but wouldn't work and- makes it seem like she can do two things at once but- makes no sense So, your answer is or.
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Its A ^

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