English Grammar Lessons
Run-on Sentence - Glossary of Terms
A run-on sentence is a common error caused by merging
two sentences without suitable punctuation. When a
comma is used incorrectly
between the two sentences, the error is known as a "comma
fault". This is extremely common with "however".
Lee had all
the best tackle, however, he failed to catch a single fish.
(This should either be two sentences, or the
first comma should be replaced with a semicolon.)
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