Which sentence does not correctly fix this run-on sentence? The hiker missed the turn fortunately she didn't get lost. A. The hiker missed the turn, but fortunately she didn't get lost. B. The hiker missed the turn fortunately, she didn't get lost. C. The hiker missed the turn. Fortunately, she didn't get lost. D. The hiker missed the turn; fortunately, she didn't get lost.

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Which sentence does not correctly fix this run-on sentence? The hiker missed the turn fortunately she didn't get lost. A. The hiker missed the turn, but fortunately she didn't get lost. B. The hiker missed the turn fortunately, she didn't get lost. C. The hiker missed the turn. Fortunately, she didn't get lost. D. The hiker missed the turn; fortunately, she didn't get lost.

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ill say A
It's B, the comma is in a place that makes it a fragment.
No its A xD

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Because B makes no sense
It's what does NOT correctly fix this sentence.
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its B
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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. 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, and one car blocked the intersection.
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I passed run ons
I think C.
so C
Actually, may be D.
There are three independent clauses in the original sentence. The simplest correction isn't in the list of possible answers: - That was quite a traffic jam. Many drivers honked their horns. One car blocked the intersection. Let's look at each of the possible answers: A. is not a good answer because there is still a comma splice between the second and third clauses. B. is not a good answer for the same reason. C. is not a good answer because there is still a comma splice between the first and second clauses. D. is a good answer. Between the second and third clauses are both a comma and a coordinating conjunction. Between this compound sentence and the first clause is a semicolon. Both of those alterations are as legitimate as simply splitting the clauses into separate sentences.
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