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Run-on Sentence Definition
A run-on sentence is an improper joining of two or more complete sentences (i.e. independent clauses) without the use of any proper punctuation.
Examples of Run-on Sentences
Some examples of run-on sentences would be the following:
- Libby wore high-heeled shoes her feet were sore all day.
- I am not too hungry I will just order a salad.
- It’s cold outside don’t forget to wear a jacket.