You may be wondering, what is a run-on sentence?
A run-on sentence is a common mistake that pupils make in their writing. It consists of two or more independent clauses that are run together without proper punctuation. (An independent clause is a clause that can stand by itself as a complete sentence.) As a general rule, one sentence should have no more than two independent clauses.
Let’s take a look at this run-on sentence:
How to fix it: