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Run-On Sentences: A Grammatical Wreck. English II Mrs. Stinnett. SUBJECT. VERB. EXPRESS A COMPLETE THOUGHT. INDEPENDENT CLAUSES (SENTENCES). INDEPENDENT CLAUSE #1. INDEPENDENT CLAUSE #2. RUN-ON SENTENCE ERRORS. Run-On Sentence Errors.

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Run on sentences a grammatical wreck

Run-On Sentences:A Grammatical Wreck

English II

Mrs. Stinnett


Run on sentences a grammatical wreck

SUBJECT

VERB

EXPRESS A

COMPLETE THOUGHT

INDEPENDENT CLAUSES (SENTENCES)


Run on sentences a grammatical wreck

INDEPENDENT CLAUSE #1

INDEPENDENT CLAUSE #2

RUN-ON SENTENCE ERRORS


Run on sentence errors

Run-On Sentence Errors

  • A run-on sentence occurs when two independent clauses (sentences) are rammed together with no punctuation or incorrect punctuation.

    EX: John went to the mall he drove his car.

    EX: John went to the mall, he drove his car.


Ways to correct run ons

Ways to Correct Run-Ons

  • 1. Separate the independent clauses into two different sentences.

    EX: John went to the mall. He drove his car.


Ways to correct run ons1

Ways to Correct Run-Ons

  • 2. Separate the independent clauses with a semi-colon.

    EX: John went to the mall; he drove his car.


Ways to correct run ons2

Ways to Correct Run-Ons

  • 3. Separate the independent clauses with a comma and a coordinating conjunction.

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EX: John went to the mall, and he drove his car.

John went to the mall, so he drove his car.


Correct the run on sentence by separating the clauses into two separate sentences

Correct the run-on sentence by separating the clauses into two separate sentences.

  • Ashley took a picture of the dog at the park a cat distracted the dog during the picture.

    Ashley took a picture of the dog at the park. A cat distracted the dog during the picture.


Correct the run on sentence by separating the clauses with a semi colon

Correct the run-on sentence by separating the clauses with a semi-colon.

  • Our trip to France was difficult our son got sick in Paris.

    Our trip to France was difficult; our son got sick in Paris.


Correct the run on sentence by separating the clauses with a comma and a conjunction

Correct the run-on sentence by separating the clauses with a comma and a conjunction.

  • The pilot felt ill before the flight he requested another pilot take his place.

    The pilot felt ill before the flight, so he requested another pilot take his place.


Correct the run on sentence by separating the clauses into two separate sentences1

Correct the run-on sentence by separating the clauses into two separate sentences.

  • The lead singer of the band missed practice the drummer got angry.

    The lead singer of the band missed practice. The drummer got angry.


Correct the run on sentence by separating the clauses with a semi colon1

Correct the run-on sentence by separating the clauses with a semi-colon.

  • The inspector found mold growing in the basement the owner hired him to replace the damaged walls.

    The inspector found mold growing in the basement; the owner hired him to replace the damaged walls.


Correct the run on sentence by separating the clauses with a comma and a conjunction1

Correct the run-on sentence by separating the clauses with a comma and a conjunction.

  • The attorney lost her client’s file she lost the motion due to lack of information.

    The attorney lost her client’s file, and she lost the motion due to lack of information.


Correct the run on sentence by separating the clauses into two separate sentences2

Correct the run-on sentence by separating the clauses into two separate sentences.

  • Encouraged by his mother, Jeff signed up for an advanced placement class he enjoyed the challenge.

    Encouraged by his mother, Jeff signed up for an advanced placement class. He enjoyed the challenge.


Correct the run on sentence by separating the clauses with a semi colon2

Correct the run-on sentence by separating the clauses with a semi-colon.

  • Florence came to America through a student exchange program she met her husband shortly after her arrival.

    Florence came to America through a student exchange program; she met her husband shortly after her arrival.


Correct the run on sentence by separating the clauses with a comma and a conjunction2

Correct the run-on sentence by separating the clauses with a comma and a conjunction.

  • I want to watch the Superbowl I need to study.

    I want to watch the Superbowl, but I need to study.


Correct the run on sentence by separating the clauses with a comma and a conjunction3

Correct the run-on sentence by separating the clauses with a comma and a conjunction.

  • Danielle wants to date Stephon she wants to go out with Mark.

    Danielle wants to date Stephon, but she wants to go out with Mark.


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