Run-on Sentences Quizzes


Preview 5 Quizzes about Run-on Sentences

WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO CORRECT THIS SENTENCE: She couldn’t to go to the party; she had two exams the next day.

A. Add the conjunction “and” after the semicolon.
B. Add the conjunction “for” after the semicolon.
C. Add the conjunction “but” after the semicolon.
D. Add the conjunction “yet” after the semicolon.
E. Sentence is correct as is. No need to modify.


Much of Jennifer’s writing reflects her mature understanding of life; she sees the world differently than most people.

A. Run On
B. Comma Splice
C. Correct Sentence
D. None of the above.


WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO CORRECT THIS SENTENCE: Clyde had asked his wife is she had any bandages, he had just slicked his finger with a paring knife.

A. Add the conjunction “nor” after the comma.
B. Add the conjunction “or” after the comma.
C. Add the conjunction “but” after the comma.
D. Add the conjunction “for” after the comma.
E. Sentence is correct as is. No need to modify.


Both Maria and Joanna are quiet girls, yet they excel because of their hard work.

A. Run On
B. Comma Splice
C. Correct Sentence
D. None of the above.


Cynthia ran to class and she was quite tired from doing so.

A. Run On
B. Comma Splice
C. Correct Sentence
D. None of the above.


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