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1. How would you correct the following run-on sentence?
I wanted to go to the mall I wasn't able to go because my car would not start.
a. Add a semicolon between the two independent clauses where the second independent clause begins with a capitalized letter.
*b. Join the two independent clauses with a coordinating conjunction followed by a comma.
c. Add a semicolon followed by a dependent clause.
d. Add a semicolon, then a transition, then a comma between the two independent clauses.

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asked by Moon
  1. Nope.

  2. Thanks, but B was right.

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  3. I wouldn't follow a conjunction by a comma.

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