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SAT Grammar – Run on Sentences

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  • Last Update September 4, 2020

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SAT Grammar – Run on Sentences

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Paul Singh

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  • Accomplished educator, math, science and ESL tutor.
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  • Provide test preparation assistance for SAT/ACT tests.

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Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry

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Arianna Blandon

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Highly qualified Educator and tutor. Able to teach and counsel students with all backgrounds, skills and abilities.

 

Education

  • Florida International University
  • Ed.S.Educational Leadership and Administration
  • M.S.International/Intercultural Education. 2008.
  • B.A.Anthropology and Sociology, cum laude.

 

Employment History

  • Academic Services Provider 2016-Present
  • Teacher, Charter School
  • Researcher, FIU College
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Material Includes

  • A RUN-ON SENTENCE occurs when two or more complete sentences are written as though they were one sentence. Two types of errors that might result in a run-on sentence include:
  • 1. Comma Splices
  • 2. Fused Sentences