Sentence 16

Directions: Below is a fused sentence. A fused sentence occurs when two main clauses are illegally joined with no punctuation whatsoever. With your mouse, choose the best method for fixing the problem.

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Tracy always knows the right answer in English class but is too shy to volunteer whenever Miss Simmons asks a question, Tracy's hand feels as if it weighs 1,000 pounds.
  1. ... volunteer, whenever ...
  2. ... volunteer, therefore whenever ...
  3. ... volunteer; whenever ...
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