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topic: COMMA SPLICE OR COMPLETE SENTENCE 2

Choose whether each of the following sentences (or groups of sentences) is COMPLETE or whether there is a COMMA SPLICE:

1. Carrot juice is really expensive, so she usually buys apple juice.
  COMPLETE
  COMMA SPLICE

2. We took a walk in the park, it was a long walk, but we felt good afterwards.
  COMPLETE
  COMMA SPLICE

3. She started running when she was 16, she ran her first marathon when she was 18.
  COMPLETE
  COMMA SPLICE

4. Out of all the people who spoke at the event, Robert made the biggest impression on the audience.
  COMPLETE
  COMMA SPLICE

5. He hurt his foot, he can't walk all the way to the beach.
  COMMA SPLICE
  COMPLETE

6. He wanted to go to France, instead, he went to Spain.
  COMPLETE
  COMMA SPLICE

7. Although we were upset about the outcome, we accepted it.
  COMPLETE
  COMMA SPLICE

8. No one wanted to fire her, but it had to be done.
  COMMA SPLICE
  COMPLETE

9. He saved a little bit of money, it was enough to pay for his vacation.
  COMPLETE
  COMMA SPLICE

10. He hated that song, in fact, he disliked all of that band's music.
  COMMA SPLICE
  COMPLETE

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