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Unformatted text preview: 2. He often watched TV when there were only reruns. She preferred to read instead. Answer: He often watched TV when there were only reruns; however she preferred to read instead. So, run-ons and fused sentences are terms describing two independent clauses that are joined together with no connecting word or punctuation to separate the clauses. 3. They weren't dangerous criminals they were detectives in disguise. Answer: They weren’t dangerous criminals; they were detectives in disguise. 4. I didn't know which job I wanted I was too confused to decide. Answer: I didn’t know which job I wanted; I was too confused to decide....
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- Fall '11
- Grammatical conjunction, comma splices, Fused Sentences