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correct the following run-on sentences by combining them using a conjunction and,but,or or a semicolon ;
A)Patty and I love to go to the berach we leave early in the morning to beat the crowds.
b)Jim and Peter are my best friends they have been since grade ten.
c)I cant go with you on saturday I can go today however.

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    The first thing to do is to decide where you would divide each run-on. Where can you divide them so you have two complete sentences?

    Let us know what you think.

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    a) Patty and I love to go to the beach ;and we leave early in the morning to beat the crowds.

    b)Jim and Peter are my best friends and they have been since grade ten.

    c)I can`t go with you on saturday but however i can go today.

    are these right

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