Sentence Fragments & Run-Ons
A sentence fragment lacks either a subject, or predicate, or both.
It expresses an incomplete thought -- leaving out information crucial to the reader's understanding of what you are trying to say.
Some examples of sentence fragments:
Wrong: I met her at the airport. Coming in from New York.
(Who was coming in from New York?)
Right: I met her at the airport; she was coming in from New York.
A run-on sentence is a sentence in which two or more independent clauses (that is, complete sentences) are joined with no punctuation or conjunction.
When you use a comma to connect two independent clauses, it must be accompanied by a little conjunction (and, but, for, nor, yet, or, so).
Verbs: Simple Present
Verbs: Present Continuous
Verbs: Present Perfect Forms
Verbs: Present Perfect Uses
We didn't do Thursday's Warm Up due to District Test