Grammar Bellringer #19. Run-On & Comma Splice Practice #1. Practice.
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Run-On & Comma Splice Practice #1
Directions: (1) Copy down each of the following. (2) State if the following is a sentence (s), fragment (f), run-on (ro), or comma splice (cs). (2) If there are any errors (fragments, run-ons, comma splices), then correct the sentences using all 3 ways.
1. I went to see Maggie this morning, for she is leaving tomorrow.
2. Throughout the 1950s, a growing number of women scientists.
3. Albert Einstein was one of the greatest thinkers of his time he changed the way people view the universe.
4. There was a mistake on our bill, the server took care of it.
5. Bears can live in many habitats ; nevertheless they occupy many areas.
6. After the test in our biology class last week.
7. Nightfall used to leave cities of the past in darkness.
8. Meet me after class, I want to talk to you about the upcoming dance.