[ hit-ruhn ]
/ ˈhɪtˈrʌn /
How To Cut Down Run-On SentencesA run-on sentence is a sentence where two or more independent clauses have been incorrectly joined together. An independent clause contains both a subject and a verb and can stand on its own as a complete sentence. Some examples of independent clauses include “Jane ate dinner,” “John went to the store,” and “Sue made a pie.” Comma Splices A comma splice is a grammatical error …
The Greatest Language Hits Of Black MusicJune is African-American Music Appreciation Month, also known as Black Music Month. It's a time to commemorate the continuing legacy of Black music on American life, and, for our part, we’re celebrating the lingo, spanning Louis Armstrong's blues to City Girl's drip, that Black musicians helped take platinum in our lexicon.
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Maybe I am, but Adelle is the only person who can identify the hit-run motorist.The Clock Strikes Thirteen|Mildred A. Wirt