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It depends on the length of your steps. Probably about 20-25 steps.
4000 steps = 3.03 km1 kilometer = 1320 steps4000 steps = 4000 steps * 1km/1320 steps = 3.03 km
TWENTY TIMES IN THE COPTIC VERSION.TWICE IN THE GREEK FRAGMENTS
Example: There are too many fragments in that paragraph.
A run-on sentence tells you too many and many unrelated ideas at once. You will need to take many breaths to finish reading it out loud. It may hold mixtures of full sentences and sentence fragments.
1,783 times. Sentence fragments are clearly difficult for some people.
There are many little tips and tricks on how to proofread correctly. I suggest checking this website for further explanation on proofreading tips: http://www.lrcom.com/tips/proofreading_editing.htm
Fragments from Antiquity has 172 pages.
Philosophical Fragments has 83 pages.
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If your teacher said that it's inappropriate to begin a sentence with a conjunction such as "and" or "but", he's wrong. There is nothing wrong with it. A complete sentence is a complete sentence whether it begins with "and" or not. Remember never to use sentence fragments in formal writing, any sentence fragment is incorrect. "Over by the barstools" AND "And over by the barstools" are both incorrect. Just make sure not do start too many sentences with "and", or your writing might seem too choppy.
Traditionally, yes, but many modern "authorities" accept single words or other fragments of traditional sentences as full sentences. Also, note that sentences with verbs in the imperative mood usually have an implicit but unstated subject, "you".
Rome's Spanish Steps have 138 steps.
Erosion. is thing going in many ways
138 steps in the spanish steps.