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Chapter 3 Always indent in the beginning of a new paragraph. Have 7-12 sentences in your paragraph. Always capitalize t...
Chapter 15 Simple Sentences…Every sentence should have a subject & a verb (whoand a what they are doing).
Chapter 16 Combine sentences by using a semi-colon or a  comma plus: and, but, for, so, & nor. Find the two independent ...
Chapter 17 Run-ons and      Comma Splices Run-on sentences are two independent clauses that  are not separated with a com...
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  1. 1. REVIEW
  2. 2. Chapter 3 Always indent in the beginning of a new paragraph. Have 7-12 sentences in your paragraph. Always capitalize the letter, “I” when using it as a subject/pronoun or object/pronoun. Do not capitalize common nouns. Capitalize proper nouns (the names of nouns).
  3. 3. Chapter 15 Simple Sentences…Every sentence should have a subject & a verb (whoand a what they are doing).
  4. 4. Chapter 16 Combine sentences by using a semi-colon or a comma plus: and, but, for, so, & nor. Find the two independent clauses and separate with a semi-colon.
  5. 5. Chapter 17 Run-ons and Comma Splices Run-on sentences are two independent clauses that are not separated with a comma and a coordinating conjunction (and, but, or, nor, and for). Run-on sentences can also be separated with a semi- colon. Comma splices are commas when they are not used with a coordinating conjunction (and, not but, or, & for).

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