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Which answer does not correct this run-on sentence? We need to leave by sunrise, make sure you pack before bedtime. A. We need to leave by sunrise, so make sure you pack before bedtime. B. We need to leave by sunrise. Make sure you pack before bedtime. C. We need to leave by sunrise; make sure you pack before bedtime. D. We need to leave by sunrise make sure you pack before bedtime.
The following answer does not correct the run-on sentence: We need to leave by sunrise make sure you pack before bedtime.
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Asked 5/15/2014 11:09:34 AM
Updated 5/15/2014 12:33:18 PM
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The following answer does not correct the run-on sentence:

We need to leave by sunrise make sure you pack before bedtime.
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Which sentence is a run-on sentence? A. Brandon threw the bananas away, they were rotten. B. John is happy to return home but sad to leave behind his friends from camp. C. After a string of close losses, the girls' softball team finally won a game. D. Dad grilled burgers and hot dogs; Mom made salad and set the table.
Weegy: A run-on sentence is: A. John is happy to return home but sad to leave behind his friends from camp. (More)
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Updated 5/16/2014 8:14:38 AM
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The run-on sentence is: Brandon threw the bananas away, they were rotten.
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Updated 5/16/2014 8:09:24 AM
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The sentence that correctly uses a nominative case pronoun is:
Trent and I played a board game.
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