Need help with a comma-splice sentence

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A comma-splice sentence may be corrected by (Points : 1)
       
       
       
       

None of the above

Dec 7th, 2015

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A comma splice sentence is also a type of run-on sentence with two independent clauses fused together awkwardly. For example:

"Alfred is a dog, he likes to eat biscuits."

You can fix this problem by adding a period where the comma is and starting a new sentence, adding a semicolon where the comma is and starting a new sentence, or adding a transitional expression like "however" or "moreover".

Therefore, the answer here is all of the above.

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Dec 7th, 2015

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