Comma Splice vs. Fragment . Anna Weis . Comma Splices and Fragments . Comma splices and fragments are among the most common writing errors.
Comma Splice vs. Fragment
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Look for subordinating conjunctions (when, while, because, etc.) or relative pronouns (who, which, that). Subordinating conjunctions are used to construct dependent adverbial clauses; relative pronouns are used to construct dependent adjectival clauses. If you suspect a passage is a fragment, the presence of these words will likely prove it is.