Grammar

Rewrite each of the following run-ons.

1). Originally, humans domesticated animals for transportation the first animals to be used this way were camels, goats and oxen.
2). Another important event was the invention of the wheel, later crude carts and wagons were invented.
3). The trails used by packs animals could not be used by wheeled vehicles, soon early roads were being built.
4). On the new roads, travelers could move at speeds of six miles per hour, the rate was not significantly increased until the nineteenth century.
5). Transportation was aided by other inventions as well the horse collar, coaches with springs, and new methods of road construction are just a few of these inventions.

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1). Originally, humans domesticated animals for transportation; the first animals to be used this way were camels, goats and oxen.
2). (?)
3). (?)
4). On the new roads, travelers could move at speeds of six miles per hour, but the rate was significantly increased until the nineteenth century.
5). Transportation was aided by other inventions as well; the horse collar, coaches with springs, and new methods of road construction are just a few of these inventions. (or) Transportation was aided by other inventions as well. The horse collar, coaches with springs,and new methods of road construction are just a few of these inventions?

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