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Run-On Sentences

Run-on sentences occur when writers try to combine more than one idea into a single sentence. They cause confusion because readers are not sure when one idea ends and the next one begins. Read our entry and test your knowledge with our quiz!

Argument & Clarity

Want some tips for writing more clearly and effectively? Our articles linked below include suggestions for writing clearer sentences, transitioning smoothly to new topics, and using logical, unbiased arguments.

  • Sentence Clarity

    Learn helpful strategies for making your writing clear and easy to understand.

  • Transitions

    Use transitions to smoothly move from one topic to the next.

  • Concise Writing

    Is your writing too wordy? Sometimes less is more.

  • Using Logic

    Using logic correctly can strengthen your argument and make your writing easy to follow.

  • Avoiding Bias

    Academic writing should be free of personal bias. Learn how to avoid bias with these tips.

  • Logical Errors

    This list of common logical mistakes can serve as a handy reference when editing your writing.