Sentence 15

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.

You can always review the rules before you make your choice.

Fred blew and blew on the globs of liquid white-out, but they refused to dry when the professor called time, Fred closed the cover of his exam book and hoped the pages wouldn't cement together.
  1. ... dry, when ...
  2. ... dry; when ...
  3. ... dry, as a result, when ...
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