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Is this a run-on sentence?
I thought about what he'd said soon I realized he was right.

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    yes

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    No, it is not a run-on sentence, but it is reversed. It should read, As soon as I realized he was right, I thought about what he'd said.

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    GuruBlue is correct that it's better if you rephrase it.

    As you wrote it, it's a run-on, but it isn't smoothly fixed without revision.

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    Are these run-on sentences also:
    A. I went home and ate and ate.
    B. Before lunch, I played volleyball; after lunch, I played again.
    C. You and I and the whole team will go.

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    B And c i think

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    None of these are run-ons.

    A = simple subject, compound verb

    B = compound sentence joined with semicolon

    C = compound subject, simple verb

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    Thanks so much for all the help!

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    You're welcome!

    =)

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