Common Mistakes, Vol. I. ENG11DC Mr. Lidington. The dreaded comma splice. Dr. Ridgeon finds the cure for tuberculosis, but only enough for one person, he has to choose a patient to give it to. Fix by dividing into two independent clauses with a period or semicolon.
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ENG11DC Mr. Lidington
that he was still alone.
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But Lidington refutes that argument. As he wrote in his book “Life on the Streets,” “…on the contrary, pimpin’ IS easy” (Lidington).
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