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Is this sentence correct or am I missing a comma? Is there a way to rewrite it so that it sounds better?

I have learned how to properly write a complete sentence and to avoid run ons and fragments.

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    You don't need a comma, but it would read better if you put "properly" after the word "sentence."

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    Your sentence is written correctly. It doesn't need a comma.

    You could also say:

    I have learned to write a complete sentence and avoid run ons and fragments.

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    Thank you both! I appreciate your time

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    You're very welcome.

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