QA Compact: Quick Access - Sentence Fragments (Ch. 12)
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A sentence fragment looks like a sentence, but it’s actually only part of a sentence. That is, even though a sentence fragment begins with a capital letter and ends with a period (or question mark or exclamation point), it doesn’t contain an INDEPENDENT CLAUSE. Fragments are merely unattached PHRASES or DEPENDENT CLAUSES.
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