Run-on Sentences Quizzes


Preview 5 Quizzes about Run-on Sentences

Lizette likes to party every night, Diana accompanies her to every party.

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


THE FOLLOWING SENTENCE IS CORRECT: I cooked all afternoon, yet nobody appreciated my hard work, so I will never cook again.

A. True
B. False


WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO CORRECT THIS SENTENCE: The hurricane caused record flooding across the state, it also knocked out power for millions.

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 “and” after the comma.
E. Sentence is correct as is. No need to modify.


Another situation in which run-on sentences are apt to happen is…

A. When a suggestion or directive occurs in the second clause.
B. When two clauses are connected by a transitional expression.
C. Both of the above.
D. None of the above.


A comma splice connects two independent clause with ONLY a semicolon.

A. True
B. False


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