fragments - 2. Charles wrote a letter to Kathy. Who lives...

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Lesson 1.: Fragments Indicate which groups of words are fragments and which are sentences by writing Sentence above each complete sentence and Fragment above any fragment. Then correct the fragment by combining it with the complete sentence next to it. Remember to combine the sentence first and then determine if you need to add a comma since a comma is not automatically used. One exercise is correct. You may access this document in H:\handouts\dunkley\fragments. After you complete the exercise, save it to your own directory, print a hard copy, and turn it in. Sentence Fragment EXAMPLE: Andy called last night. Because he was lonely. Andy called last night because he was lonely. 1. A comma splice is an error. One that can be easily fixed, however.
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Charles wrote a letter to Kathy. Who lives in Brazil. 3. Do not put a magnet on a computer disk. Because the disk will be ruined. 4. The generation that came of age just after World War I is called the Lost Generation. These young people were cynical. 5. Our teacher is from Scotland. Which I visited last summer. 6. This class taught me about writing. Things like planning, revising, and doing library research. 7. We traveled all over the globe. Learning more and more. 8. She said she would focus on one thing. Improving the economy. 9. The dean wants a new gym. Which would cost at least $300,000. 10. Rabbits cannot cry. Because they do not have tear ducts....
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