Grammar

A lot of time thinking about how poorly she is doing.
A) complete sentence
B) fragment
C) run-on
This has got to be a fragment...it doesn't discribe who and why

asked by Marie
  1. yes ur right

    posted by jman
  2. Yes, it's a fragment.

    posted by Ms. Sue

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