Sentences,fragments,run ons

I have answered each group of words and would like someone to check them please. I just want to know I am on the right track, and understand this.

Identify whether each group of words is a complete sentence, fragment, or a run-on.

1.
Which was in built in 1972. (run on)

2.
Needed the materials for my English project. (run on)

3
Jack gave me a puppy for Christmas. (sentence)

4
Talking on the phone last night, I forgot to do my homework. (fragment)

5
When we adopted the cutest rabbit at the animal shelter. (run on)

6
The little boy's toy car was blue, his sister had a red and white toy truck. (run on)

7
Jon is the team captain, and he is a very nice guy. (sentence)

8.
Lifting the heavy books, I hurt my arm. (sentence)

9.
She won the frog jumping contest, she will go to the regional level next month. (run on)

10.
When we watched the movie. (Fragment)

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  1. #s 1, 2, 4, and 5 are incorrect.

    http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/index2.htm

    Study about fragments and run-ons here, and rethink those.

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