COM 120 Week 1 Comma Splices and Fused Sentences 563

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1. Animals that provide a therapeutic service to humans are increasingly common, guide dogs for the blind are one of the best-known examples.
- Animals that provide a therapeutic service to humans are increasingly common; and guide dogs for the blind are one of the best-known examples.
- Animals that provide a therapeutic service to humans are increasingly common; guide dogs for the blind are one of the best-known examples.
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2. Dogs are used to assist hearing-impaired people some dogs have also been trained to help therapists work with emotionally disturbed children.
- Dogs are used to assist hearing-impaired people some dogs have also been trained to help. Therapists work with emotionally disturbed children.
- Dogs are used to assist hearing-impaired people, and some dogs have also been trained to help therapists work with emotionally disturbed children.
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3. Some animals are trained to be therapeutic companions to people with illnesses or other disabilities these animals can go places where ordinary pets are forbidden.
- Some animals are trained to be therapeutic companions to people with illnesses or other disabilities. These animals can go places where ordinary pets are forbidden.
- Some animals are trained to be therapeutic companions to people with illnesses or other disabilities, these animals can go places where ordinary pets are forbidden.
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4. Public libraries, for example, do not permit people to bring in pet dogs, but a working seeing-eye or hearing-ear dog is never turned away.
- Public libraries, for example, do not permit people to bring in pet dogs; but a working seeing-eye or hearing-ear dog is never turned away.
- Public libraries, for example; do not permit people to bring in pet dogs, but a working seeing-eye or hearing-ear dog is never turned away.
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5. Therapeutic animals are also permitted on public transportation they can ride in the main cabin of an airplane rather than in the cargo hold.
- Therapeutic animals are also permitted on public transportation. They can ride in the main cabin of an airplane rather than in the cargo hold.
- Therapeutic animals are also permitted on public transportation and they can ride in the main cabin of an airplane rather than in the cargo hold.
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6. On October 17, 2000, a woman boarded a flight from Philadelphia to Seattle, she had asked in advance for permission to bring her therapeutic companion animal along.
- On October 17, 2000, a woman boarded a flight from Philadelphia to Seattle, that she had asked in advance for permission to bring her therapeutic companion animal along.
- On October 17, 2000, a woman boarded a flight from Philadelphia to Seattle. She had asked in advance for permission to bring her therapeutic companion animal along.
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7. Charlotte's owner told the airlines that she had a severe heart condition she needed her therapeutic animal with her to keep her calm.
- Charlotte's owner told the airlines; that she had a severe heart condition she needed her therapeutic animal with her to keep her calm.
- Charlotte's owner told the airlines that she had a severe heart condition, so she needed her therapeutic animal with her to keep her calm.
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8. The animal turned out to be a pig named Charlotte who weighed three hundred pounds.
- The animal turned out to be a pig named Charlotte. Who weighed three hundred pounds.
- The animal turned out to be a pig named Charlotte, and who weighed three hundred pounds.
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9. Charlotte was too large to fit in the economy section of the plane, so the airline allowed her and her owner to fly in first class.
- Charlotte was too large to fit in the economy section of the plane, so, the airline allowed her and her owner to fly in first class.
- Charlotte was too large to fit in the economy section of the plane. So the airline allowed her and her owner to fly in first class.
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10. Charlotte slept throughout the flight however the Federal Aviation Administration said that it will check more carefully before approving future requests to allow therapeutic animals in the main cabin.
- Charlotte slept throughout the flight; however, the Federal Aviation Administration said that it will check more carefully before approving future requests to allow therapeutic animals in the main cabin.
- Charlotte slept throughout the flight, however the Federal Aviation Administration has said that it will check more carefully before approving future requests to allow therapeutic animals in the main cabin.
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