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Just a quick question I need to have checked-

1.Choose the run-on sentence
A.If you start saving now, you will be able to buy a car sooner
B.A worn yellow quilt was laying at the foot of the bed, a gift from her grandmother
C.His helmet bore the number of the firehouse,which was more than 100 years old.
D.There were only a few dancers on the floor,the couple soon became the center of attention.
D?

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-MC

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    -MC

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