Run On Sentences Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.4.1.F

Core Standard

Run-on sentences, in most cases, are just a pair of sentences that are missing a few punctuation marks. When two independent clauses are not joined properly it results in a run-on sentence. When this happens, it creates squashed form of language. They are not dependent on sentence length. Many students feel that run-ons only apply to statements that are very wordy, but the truth is they can consist of just several words. This is one of the most common forms of writing errors and many young writers suffer from overcoming this early in their careers. In most cases a simple well-placed comma will fix it for you. There are many ways to fix run-on sentences, these worksheets will show you the tools that are at your disposal for fixing them.









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