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Original run on sentences group 11 good

  1. 1. * Cambodia International Cooperation Institute College of Arts, Humanities & Languages Submitted to Lecturer: Mr. NGORN Chanra, MA, BA, BSc ACADEMIC WRITING I Batch 06, Group 01, Semester 02, Year 01 Academic Year: 2012-2013 1. Mr. SOK PANHA 2. Ms. BIN SOKIM 3. Ms. OEUN MAKARA 4. Ms. POR SOPHEA 5. Ms. PHUONG SOLINETH 6. Mr. IEN MAI Presented By: Group 11, Room B 201 (Morning Class)
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  3. 3. I. Introduction to Run-on Sentences II.Type of Run-on Sentences III.Correcting run-on sentences IV.Summary V.References iiii
  4. 4. I. Introduction to Run-on sentence 11
  5. 5.  What is a Run- on sentence? 22
  6. 6.  A run-on sentence is a sentence in which two or more independent clause are written one after another with no punctuation in a sentence. Ex. My lecturer is very good he always make me laughing. 33 ErrorErrorErrorError
  7. 7. II. Types of Run-on Sentences 44
  8. 8. How many types of run-on sentences are there? There are two types of run- on sentence.  Fused Sentences &Fused Sentences &  Comma SplicesComma Splices 55
  9. 9. Example 66 .. Fused Sentences:Fused Sentences: A fused sentence occurs when two sentences re joined together without any punctuation. hey are fused or joined together as if they were nly one thought. Tom exercises everyday heTom exercises everyday he should be in good condition.should be in good condition. ErrorErrorErrorError
  10. 10. 22.. Comma SplicesComma Splices: A comma is used to connect or “splice” together the two complete thoughts. A comma alone is NOTNOT ENOUGHENOUGH to connect two complete sentences. Example: 77 Tom exercises everyday, heTom exercises everyday, he should be in good condition.should be in good condition. ErrorErrorErrorError
  11. 11. III. Correcting run-on sentences 88
  12. 12.  How to correct run-on sentences? We have many ways to correct on run-on sentences. There are : 99
  13. 13. 1. Add a period ( . ) : Ex. My family went to Ankor Wat then they went to Tamoa mountain. My family went to Ankor Wat. Then they went to Tamoa mountain. 1010 ErrorErrorErrorError
  14. 14. 2. Add a semicolon ( ; ): Ex. My family went to Ankor Wat then they went to Tamoa mountain. My family went to Ankor Wat ; then they went to Tamoa mountain. 1111 ErrorErrorErrorError
  15. 15. 3. Add a coordinator: Ex. My family went to Ankor Wat then they went to Tamoa mountain. My family went to Ankor Wat , and then they went to Tamoa mountain. 1212 ErrorErrorErrorError
  16. 16. AAndFFor NNor BBut OOr YYet SSo “FANBOYS” Coordinator or CoordinatingCoordinator or Coordinating ConjunctionConjunction 1313
  17. 17. 4. Add a subordinator: (e.g. ,after, although, before, unless, as, because, even though, if, since, until, when, while…). Ex. My family went to Ankor Wat then they went to Tamoa mountain. My family went to Ankor Wat ,before they went to Tamoa mountain. Or After my family went to Ankor Wat , they went to Tamoa mountain. 1414 ErrorErrorErrorError
  18. 18. 5.  We can add a semicolon, a transition word: (e.g., however, moreover, on the other hand, nevertheless, instead, also, therefore, consequently, otherwise, as a result), and a comma. Ex. I expected to get a good result in my presentation I was wrong.  I expected to get a good result in my presentation ; however, I was wrong. 1515 ErrorErrorErrorError
  19. 19. IV. SummaryIV. Summary 1616
  20. 20.  Run-on sentence Type of run-on sentence (Fused Sentences &Fused Sentences & Comma Splices )Comma Splices )  Correcting run-on sentence 1. Add a period 2. Add a semicolon 3. Add a coordinator 4. Add a subordinator 5.  We can add a semicolon & a transition word+, 1717
  21. 21.  Academic Writing I  ANT dictionary, Longman Dictionary…(Computer’s dictionaries)  Website:  http://www.slideshare.net/ http://www.authorstream.com/ http://www.slideshare.net/daharyn/comma-splices-and- run-ons. 1818
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