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The room was quiet enough for her to slip into a sound sleep usually their was a constant commotion, her roommates coming and going or someone on the phone speaking loudy as if the one on the other end of the line was deaf.


What is your question about this passage? If you need to correct it, there is a run-on here. Or are you supposed to divide it into two sentences?

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Yes I did need to know what is wrong with it.... thank you for response. Could you please tell me where i went wrong the run on part?? I would really appreciate it.


The room was quiet enough for her to slip into a sound sleep. There was usually a constant commotion, her roommates coming and going, or someone on the phone speaking loudy as if the one on the other end of the line was deaf.

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