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Which is a run-on sentence?Select one of the options below as your answer: A. I went to the movies around two o clock and then went shopping afterwards. B. We tried to do all our homework, but we got
distracted by all the telephone calls. C. She likes to swim and fish in the ocean every time she gets the chance she goes to the beach. D. Don always managed to finish his studies, even with his busy schedule.
The run-on sentence is: She likes to swim and fish in the ocean every time she gets the chance she goes to the beach.
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User: Which is a run-on sentence?Select one of the options below as your answer: A. I went to the movies around two o clock and then went shopping afterwards. B. We tried to do all our homework, but we got distracted by all the telephone calls. C. She likes to swim and fish in the ocean every time she gets the chance she goes to the beach. D. Don always managed to finish his studies, even with his busy schedule.

Weegy: The answer is D. [ Don always managed to finish his studies, even with his busy schedule. A run-on sentence is a sentence in which two or more independent clauses (i.e., complete sentences) are joined without appropriate punctuation or conjunction. ]
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She likes to swim and fish in the ocean every time she gets the chance she goes to the beach.
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