The Write Stuff Video Series: Identifying Independent Clauses

Illustration by Kwang Choi

Illustration by Kwang Choi

As a follow-up to my last video Fixing run-on and comma-splice errors, here is some more instruction on identifying when you have a simple sentence with one subject-predicate set, a compound sentence with two subject-predicate sets, and a simple sentence with a compound subject and a compound predicate.

My mission is to help you use commas correctly! 🙂

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Let me know if you have any questions.

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