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    Complete Sentences A Project LA Activity Complete Sentences Fragments Run-On Sentences Compound Sentences
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Complete Sentences A complete sentence has a subject and a  predicate that work together to make a  complete thought. Bobby smiled until he  thought his face would  crack.
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Fragment Sentences SENTENCE FRAGMENT  fails to be a  sentence in the sense that it cannot stand  by itself.  
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Fragment Sentences may locate something in time and  place, but lack a subject-verb  relationship.   Last Saturday after the  ballgame at the ice cream  shop.
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Fragment Sentences may describe something, but have  no  subject-verb relationship. Shooting just before the  buzzer rang and hoping to  score the winning point.
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Fragment Sentences may have most of the makings of a  sentence but still be missing an  important part of a verb string. Some of the girls going  together to the mall.
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Fragment Sentences may have a subject-verb  relationship, but cannot stand by  itself. Even though she was the  prettiest girl and had a  great talent presentation.
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Run-On Sentences RUN-ON SENTENCE  (sometimes  called a fused sentence) has at least  two parts, either one of which can  stand by itself, but the two parts have  been connected together with one or  two words instead of becoming two  sentences.  
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Run-On Sentences Remember :  The length of a sentence  really has nothing to do with whether a  sentence is a run-on or not; even a very  short sentence could be a run-on.  The books are heavy don’t carry them.
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