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# Most North Carolina ski resorts broadcast music onto the

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Most North Carolina ski resorts broadcast music onto the slopes; skiers can choose among hard rock, soft pop, and “beautiful music” slopes, there are no slopes without music.

(A) skiers can choose among hard rock, soft pop, and “beautiful music” slopes, there are
(B) because skiers can choose hard rock, soft pop, or “beautiful music,” there are
(C) however, skiers can choose among hard rock, soft pop, “beautiful music,” and
(D) although skiers can choose among hard rock, soft pop, and “beautiful music” slopes, there are
(E) skiers can choose among hard rock, soft pop, “beautiful music” slopes, but
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17 May 2007, 11:29
Thanks Vineet !

Can you explain how to identify a Run on sentence and why 'A' is a run on?
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17 May 2007, 12:30
518.
Most North Carolina ski resorts broadcast music onto the slopes; skiers can choose among hard rock, soft pop, and “beautiful music” slopes, there are no slopes without music.

(A) skiers can choose among hard rock, soft pop, and “beautiful music” slopes, there are
(B) because skiers can choose hard rock, soft pop, or “beautiful music,” there are
(C) however, skiers can choose among hard rock, soft pop, “beautiful music,” and
(D) although skiers can choose among hard rock, soft pop, and “beautiful music” slopes, there are
(E) skiers can choose among hard rock, soft pop, “beautiful music” slopes, but

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/ ... lause.html
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17 May 2007, 14:18
D is what I got too. Is it the OA???? it still sounds kinda awkward
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18 May 2007, 00:41
Most North Carolina ski resorts broadcast music onto the slopes; skiers can choose among hard rock, soft pop, and “beautiful music” slopes, there are no slopes without music.

The problem with this sentence is that the two clause have to be linked with a conjunction or a point. i.e main clause and dependent clause.

(A) skiers can choose among hard rock, soft pop, and “beautiful music” slopes, there are
wrong, because no conjunction or point
(B) because skiers can choose hard rock, soft pop, or “beautiful music,” there are
changes meaning from (A)
(C) however, skiers can choose among hard rock, soft pop, “beautiful music,” and
changes meaning from (A)
(D) although skiers can choose among hard rock, soft pop, and “beautiful music” slopes, there are
yes! 'Although........., there are....' correct link and meaning!
(E) skiers can choose among hard rock, soft pop, “beautiful music” slopes, but
verb in second clause is missing!
18 May 2007, 00:41
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