Author ashleyerler24 in English, 08.27.2018

Which sentence does not have any punctuation errors?A.Seeing the finish line, Jodi, one of the runners, sprinted; and she won the race.B.Seeing the finish line, Jodi, one of the runners, sprinted, she won the race.C.Seeing the finish line, Jodi, one of the runners, sprinted, and won the race.D.Seeing the finish line, Jodi, one of the runners, sprinted, and she won the race.

Answered by UFGators

C I think is your answer. kinda stuck between C and D but I think C

Answered by TacoGod

C is correct.D is incorrect because we already know we're talking about Jodi, we don't have to use "she" again.

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