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Analytical Writing Assessment: Writing Guidelines - Punctuation and Capitalization

Choose the grammatically correct answer.

Two sentences should be separated by a period unless they are connected by a connector.

Examples:

John is tall. He often bumps into doorjambs.

Because John is tall, he often bumps into doorjambs.

John is tall, so he often bumps into doorjambs.

Therefore, this answer is incorrect. The correct answer is:

John is tall. He often bumps into doorjambs.

Correct! 

Two sentences should be separated by a period unless they are connected by a connector.

Examples:

John is tall. He often bumps into doorjambs.

Because John is tall, he often bumps into doorjambs.

John is tall, so he often bumps into doorjambs.

Therefore, the correct answer is:

John is tall. He often bumps into doorjambs.

John is tall, he often bumps into doorjambs.
John is tall. He often bumps into doorjambs.
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