Want to improve your writing? Well, there are some common errors that you might want to look for as your revise and edit your writing. Here's the first one:
Error #1: Run-on Sentence or Comma Splice
A run-on sentence is a sentence that joins two independent clauses without punctuation or the appropriate conjunction. A comma splice is similar to a run-on sentence, but it uses a comma to join two clauses that have no appropriate conjunction.
Fixing a run-on sentence or a comma splice can be accomplished in one of five different ways:
Read more at http://grammar.yourdictionary.com/grammar-rules-and-tips/5-most-common.html#o5Fs1qJqOhAfoKRB.99
Conjunctions are a very important part of the English sentence. They are used to join or connect parts of a sentence. Review the information below on the use of conjunctions and then click on the practice links to test your understanding.
Conjunction Practice #1
Conjunction Practice #2
My name is Craig, and I've been teaching English for many years. I initially created this site for my students, but all English learners are welcome. I hope you find something helpful to you. Feel free to leave suggestions or ideas in the Comments section under any entry.