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Which of these is a run-on sentence? A. Before lunch, I played volleyball; after lunch I did again. B. You and I and the whole team will go. C. I went home and ate and ate. D. I thought about what
he'd said soon I realized he was right.
The run -on sentence in the choices iis D. I thought about what he'd said soon I realized he was right.
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User: Which of these is a run-on sentence? A. Before lunch, I played volleyball; after lunch I did again. B. You and I and the whole team will go. C. I went home and ate and ate. D. I thought about what he'd said soon I realized he was right.





Weegy: The run -on sentence in the choices iis D. I thought about what he'd said soon I realized he was right.
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User: What is the name of the common error in the following sentence? Having risen because of the rains, the hikers were unable to cross the river. A. Run-on sentence B. Dangling modifier C. Prepositional phrase D. Infinitive phrase

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