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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!

Sources & Evidence

Having trouble deciding how to use the evidence you've researched? The articles below go over how to use evidence, like quotations and statistics, in your writing and present it as effectively as possible.

  • Supporting Evidence

    Learn the basics of introducing, presenting, and analyzing evidence in a paper.
  • Plagiarism

    What is plagiarism, and how can it be avoided in writing?