Look at each line and see if it is correct, a run-on sentence, has a subject-verb agreement,…
Look at each line and see if it is correct, a run-on sentence, has a subject-verb agreement, comma splice, sentence fragment or a parallelism error.
If there is a mistake, retype a correct version for each incorrect sentence under the original sentence. Don’t make any major changes to sentence structure, just add/change words or punctuations necessary.
A) We can’t see where to deliver the packages correctly to meet the demand of our clients.
B) We have done more than enough work for one night, pack up the equipment
C) Text message only for short requests or immediate responses. Anything more than 150 characters should be discussed in an email or a phone call.
D) The fact that I was so busy this week, however, meant that I did not have time to finish the report.
E) It is surprising how many colleagues do not identify themselves when they make business calls; instead, they expect listeners to recognize their voice.
F) A new social media page will include the latest contest details, where promotional events will be held, and details about new merchandise.