grammar

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.

... or ...

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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