Grammar and Composition

1. After the blizzard subsided.
a. sentence structure is correct
b. fragment--put a comma after "subsided" and finish the sentence
c. fragment--eliminate the word "after" and you have a complete sentence
d. both B & C

D

2. This English project requires several hours of work everyday, my English skills are improving.
a. Run-on -- replace the comma with a semicolon to make a complete sentence
b. run-on -- add the word "and" after the comma to make a complete sentence
c. run-on -- replace the comma with a period and capitalize the "M" in my to make a complete sentence
d. all of the above are suggestions to fix the run-on

i'm not sure. D?

3. Marcus O'Neil really wants a job at Ohio State, he is very excited about returning to the college where he graduated.
a. sentence structure is correct
b. run on-change the comma to a period and start a new sentence
c. run-on -- eliminate the comma
d. both B&C

i know it's not c or d...i'm not sure what it is

4. After the Christmas holdiay and during the first few weeks of January.
a. sentence structure is correct
b. fragment--put a comma after January and finish the sentence
c. run-on -- put a comma after holiday
d. none of the above apply

B

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  1. 2. D is correct, but B. is the best way to fix the sentence.

    3. As you've posted them, B is the only possible answer.

    1 and 4 are correct.

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