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Is the example a complete sentence, sentence fragment, or run-on sentence? The movie ended abruptly then the credits appeared. A. complete sentence B. sentence fragment C. run-on sentence
The movie ended abruptly then the credits appeared. This is a complete sentence.
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The movie ended abruptly then the credits appeared. This is a complete sentence.
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