The quote below demonstrates a common error that I tend to make in my papers with comma splices.

“A article about cross country was written on a website called Mile Split, a website where cross country runners can go to see results of races or catch up on news within the community.”

I fixed this error by taking out the comma and splitting it into two sentences.

A article about cross country was written on a website called Mile Split. This is a website where cross country runners can go to see results of races or catch up on news within the community.”

This quote below was a run-on sentence. This is another common sentence level error I make in my papers.

“This quote built two more identities that are a of being of academic importance, but also friendly which is a little stereotypical but I have taken on both of these identities in the discourse before. “

To fix this this part of the of my rough draft I took out a section of the sentence that I thought was unnecessary. This fixed the sentence from being a run-on sentence.

“Although this role might seem a little stereotypical to newcomers grades and academics have always been of great importance on every team I have been on.”