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Her mind flew so quickly,she had so much to remember, that she forgot to stop at the light.

Easy, it is spelt "grammar"

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This reminds me of a physics student once telling me that if he learned any more before the test his brain was going to explode.

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You may need to fix the punctuation?

It is very hard to tell what is needed here.

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I need to know what people think of this sentence

I'm not a grammar expert, but it almost sounds like a run on. Isn't it?

Her mind flew so quickly. She had so much to remember that she forgot to stop at the red light.

That sounds a lot clearer to me. Fellow teachers, correct me if I'm wrong.

Matt

Matts... that sounds much better. The sentence can also be straightened out with a semicolon after quickly.

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