Take another look at the passage:

Day after day, thunderclouds rolled in during the early afternoon. Making Madison's grass thrive from all of the water. Her neighbors, however, prayed for a sunny afternoon so that Madison could finally mow the jungle that was the front yard.

You chose the third part, Her neighbors, however, prayed for a sunny afternoon so that Madison could finally mow the jungle that was the front yard. This part has a main clause: neighbors is the subject; prayed is the verb. A fragment will not have a main clause.

Go back to the passage to try again.

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