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I left the theatre blushing it was that bad.


I left the theatre blushing. It was that bad.


Is their a term for the way we can break a sentence up into separate sentences,yet they still work as one sentence when combined? Or is the first example just wrong?



Is this ok as punctuated?

After a long week of performing in concert, the 32-year-old pop diva captioned her social media account, 'it's time too celebrate!'

Does it not need something like: the 32 year old pop diva's account read the following caption, 'it's time too celebrate!'.

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I left the theatre blushing it was that bad. This is incorrect English. You can't just jam two sentences together.

Say eg I left the theatre blushing because it was that bad.

or eg I left the theatre blushing. It was that bad.

Why would you blush if the show was bad? It sounds like you are eg the playwright.


Is their a term for the way we can break a sentence up into separate sentences,yet they still work as one sentence when combined? Or is the first example just wrong? As noted above, it is wrong.

Is this ok as punctuated? You could join the two sentences with a semi-colon, although you shouldn't get into the habit of doing that a lot.

Clive