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14. Which of the following groups of words is a sentence fragment? A. When we stopped by the garden. B. Stop by the garden. C. We stopped; she didn't. D. Stopping by the garden, we saw
that the flowers were in bloom
The sentence fragment is: A. When we stopped by the garden.
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User: 14. Which of the following groups of words is a sentence fragment? A. When we stopped by the garden. B. Stop by the garden. C. We stopped; she didn't. D. Stopping by the garden, we saw that the flowers were in bloom

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The sentence fragment is: A. When we stopped by the garden.
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