Grammar Quiz

[ Grammar ]

What is a run-on sentence?

A. A sentence with two or more complete sentences joined incorrectly.

B. A sentence with a single complete thought.

C. A sentence with a conjunction.

D. A sentence with a subject and a predicate.

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Jim _____ (break) his leg while he _____ (play) golf.

A. broke / played

B. was breaking / was playing

C. broke / was playing

D. was breaking / played

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