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To make his long shift at Bernie's Burger Emporium tolerable, (A) Kelvin used ketchup, (B) to make smiley faces on the burgers (C) that he assembled at the grill.

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To make his long shift at Bernie's Burger Emporium tolerable. Kelvin used ketchup, to make smiley faces on the burgers that he assembled at the grill.

Adding a period after tolerable makes a fragment. To make his long shift at Bernie's Burger Emporium  tolerable is an infinitive phrase. No phrase can stand alone as a complete sentence.

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