incomplete sentence because:
-it lacks a subject
-it lacks a verb
-it lacks both
-it is a dependent clause
(which glaring error is this)No point in cryingover lost luggage.
1. use a semicolon (wet; he)
2. coordinating conjunctions (wet, for he)
3. semicolon+conjunctive adverb (he had just run ten miles; therefore, he was...)
4. 2 sentences. (wet. He)
5.subordinating conjuction (wet after he)
(which glaring error is this) Each of the girls completed (their, her) exams
(which glaring error is this) Considering the circumstances, Jerry shouldn't be ready for tomorrow's game.
1. setting off indepent cause
2. setting off items in a series
3. setting off introductory elements
4. setting nonessential material from the rest of the sentence
5. preventing misreading
1. use semicolon to separate independent clauses.
2. between 2 closely related independent clauses when the second clause is introduced by a transitional word or phase
3.between items in a series when one or more of those items include commas