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For each sentence, put a check (c) if it is correct, or an (x) if it is a run-on or a comma splice. 1. we love the fall, we’re big football fans. x c 2. this popcorn tastes great, did you add extra butter? c x 3. i have extra money; therefore, i can buy some gum. c x 4. we left the theater when the movie was over. x c 5. you have a beautiful voice, you should sing in the talent show! c x 6. i baked some cookies and put them into a box. x c 7. santiago was first in line he got a good seat. c x 8. alyssa sprained her ankle, she can’t run in the race. x c 9. having a dog would be great, but we don’t have enough time to take care of one. x c 10. we went to the beach today, it was so hot! x c

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