This passage describes the musings of Mrs. Dalloway's friend Lucrezia as she walks by herself in Regent's Park. (Lucrezia took c
are of her husband, a war veteran who was gradually sinking into insanity. She married him in Milan, Italy, and moved to London with him.)In this passage, what is the night compared to?A. Lucrezia's unheeded wordsB. Lucrezia's plight as a married womanC. the all-encompassing mistD. Mrs. Dalloway
C. The weather is nice today rainy, wet and cold tomorrow.
Run-on sentences are those types of sentences where two or more independent clauses or sentences are joined in one sentence improperly. So, instead of keeping them in separate sentences, they are joined in one sentence but without the use of an appropriate conjunction.
In the given sentences, the one with a run-on sentence is option C. This is because sentence C contains two independent clauses <u>"the weather is nice today"</u> and <u>"rainy, wet and cold tomorrow"</u>. And when they are joined together, no appropriate or proper conjunction is used to make them into one sentence.
Sentence A is wrong as it contains just one independent clause.
Sentence B is wrong as it correctly uses "and" to join the two independent clauses.
Sentence D is wrong as it is just a single independent clause.
First formulate a thesis which is a introduction sentence introducing what you will be talking about in your essay. For example “the great Chicago fire impacted the city greatly.” Then come up with 3 body sentence; think of some great questions or points that make up your thesis. Research you topic and pull out important dates and things that led to the fire. Then come up with an conclusions which is an overall summary of your entire paper.
To make things easier make sure you find research from credible sources and be sure to cite your information Also, be sure to organize your paragraphs accordingly if you need more help don’t hesitate to ask!