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run-on sentence is:
A) Always very, very long.
B) Any sentence which is very long and incorrectly punctuated.
C) Two complete sentences joined by a comma rather than a semicolon, conjunction, or period.
D) Two complete sentences joined by a semicolon.
my answer is B but I think it could be A to because run-ons are very very long

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    Nope.

    Look up the definition of "run-on" and "comma splice."

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    http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/runons.htm

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    So from my understanding if its not B then it is C

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    C, yes.

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    A simple sentence:
    A) Can be reversed and still mean the same thing.
    B) Expresses one complete thought with one subject and one predicate.
    C) Expresses one or more complete thoughts with one or more subjects and one or more predicates.
    D) Is easy to understand.
    My answer is C

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