Select the most appropriate method to correct a run-on sentence (i.e., conjunctions, semicolons, periods to join or separate elements). SPI 0801.1.8
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- Avoiding Comma Splices, Fused Sentences, and Run-On's - from LEO: Literacy Education Online
- Combining Sentences for Variety and Clarity - several methods and examples are given, however this page only combines two sentences.
- Conjunctions - Conjunctions are words used as joiners. Different kinds of conjunctions join different kinds of grammatical structures.
- Conjunctions - Select the buttons to find the correct answer
- Conjunctions Quiz I - Select the answer buttons to see the answers.
- Conjunctions Quiz II - Combine the sentences using the conjunction given in parentheses.
- Conjunction-itis Popup - Find the correct conjunction form to combine two short sentences together into one! (a Quia quiz)
- Correcting Run-on Sentences - print for students to correct run-on sentences
- Fragments and Run-On's - After each sentence, select the option which best describes that sentence.
- The Need to Combine Sentences - Sentences have to be combined to avoid the monotony that would surely result if all sentences were brief and of equal length. This lesson is followed by three quizzes.
- Repairing Run-On Sentences - After each run-on sentence select the remedy that would best repair that sentence.
- Run On Sentences - Identify if each sentence is a run on sentence or a complete sentence.
- Sentence Fragments - Classify by placing the number of each sentence in the appropriate column. If you do it correctly, the total in both columns will be the same. At the bottom of the page, fix the fragments; making them into complete sentences.
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