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jaylo97
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A fused sentence is made of two independent clauses that have been incorrectly combined. A writer may choose to separate the two independent clauses and treat them as standalone sentences. A writer may choose to join the two independent clauses by placing a semicolon between them. A writer may choose to combine the two independent clauses by placing a comma followed by a coordinating conjunction between the two independent clauses. Finally, a writer may choose to reword the sentences.

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penguinlovers71

sorry i dont understand what it is youre stating

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