She is saying that there are many women that are very smart but they can’t do anything about it. Remember the comma plus BOYFANS rule! If a BOYFANS separates two independent clauses, you must use a comma in front of it! Also, “that” should be “who” because the antecedent is human.
This sentence is run-on. Do you see where the first sentence ends and the second sentence begins?
This sentence is also a run-on. Can you see that a new sentence begins with “she”? It is a subject of the verb “wants.”
This sentence is also a run-on. We have two complete sentences run together. First sentence = Lucy said women were reduced to a kind of slavery. Second sentence = She means that women are being used.
Proofread to make sure your sentences make sense.
DO NOT BEGIN ANSWERS WITH QUESTION WORDS. (Who, What, When, Where, Why, How)
It can be done correctly, but I haven’t taught you that sentence structure yet.
Lucy accomplishments were the first woman to earn a college degree in Massachusetts and wrote a paper and married Henry.
The comma goes INSIDE the quotation marks.
When Lucy said that women were “reduced to a kind of slavery,” she meant that . . .