MikeyMaximum
  • MikeyMaximum
Which sentence does NOT correctly fix this run-on sentence? The car skidded luckily no one was near it. A. The car skidded, but luckily no one was near it. B. The car skidded; luckily, no one was near it. C. The car skidded, luckily no one was near it. D. The car skidded. Luckily, no one was near it.
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  • schrodinger
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jameshorton
  • jameshorton
@MikeyMaximum it D
jameshorton
  • jameshorton
@MikeyMaximum i mean A
BishopPatton
  • BishopPatton
a. The car skidded, luckily no one was near it. There are four ways to correct a run-on sentence. You can separate it into two sentences, use a semi-colon, use a semi-colon with a conjunctive adverb or use a comma and a coordinating conduction. You can't simply use a comma.

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jameshorton
  • jameshorton
it A
MikeyMaximum
  • MikeyMaximum
It says "not"
jameshorton
  • jameshorton
how it might be D
jameshorton
  • jameshorton
it D mikey
anonymous
  • anonymous
A I believe
texaschic101
  • texaschic101
Its C.....A is correct
texaschic101
  • texaschic101
BishopPatton gave you the right answer...just the wrong letter answer choice. He was right about needing a comma + conjunction......you can't just use a comma.

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