Students often make the mistake of joining two sentences with a comma. Sometimes the misplaced comma is referred to as a ‘comma splice’, and the resulting muddle is known as a ‘run-on sentence’ — a sentence that extends or runs on beyond its natural life. Here’s an example:
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