Sentence Run-Ons and Fragments

You’ve found Academic Marker’s short course about sentence run-ons and fragments. Complete the two lessons provided below and then consider spending a few Academic Marks in our materials and media section to check your understanding. And if you still need a little more help with Sentence Structures, you can always visit the community to ask other students and teachers.

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Materials

Once you’ve completed all three lessons in this short course about Sentence Run-Ons and Fragments, you might then wish to download our Lesson Worksheets to check your progress or print for your students. These professional PDF worksheets can be easily accessed for only a few Academic Marks.

Lesson 1 explores the topic: Why should sentence run-ons be avoided in EAP? Our Lesson 1 Worksheet (containing guidance, activities and answer keys) can be accessed here at the click of a button.Β 

Lesson 2 explores the topic: How can I fix ungrammatical sentence fragments? Our Lesson 2 Worksheet (containing guidance, activities and answer keys) can be accessed here at the click of a button.Β 

To save yourself 1 Mark, click on the button below to gain unlimited access to all of our Sentence Run-Ons and Fragments Lesson Worksheets. ThisΒ All-in-1 Pack includes every lesson, activity and answer key related this topic in one handy and professional PDF.

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