The exercise below requires you to identify and complete several fragments. It contains a mixture of complete sentences and fragments. Mark the complete sentences with a C. Expand the fragments to form complete sentences. Underline the fragment in your complete sentence.
The first sentence is expanded as an example.
Remember, a complete sentence must contain a subject and a verb and must express a complete thought.
- That pollution levels are high.
EPA reports show that pollution levels are high.
- We bought an old cabin in the mountains.
- In spite of all temptations.
- In addition to all the others.
- While the band played on.
- Running the business.
- A day to remember.
- Jack wondered.
- Independent thought.
- Applesauce for all the children.
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