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Complete this sentence.
Despite owning a ________ takes the bus to work every morning.

A car, Michelle.

"car, Michelle" is correct because it separates the dependent clause from the independent clause with a comma, creating the correct structure.
"car Michelle" is incorrect because it combines the two clauses without any punctuation, which creates a run-on sentence.
"car. Michelle" is incorrect because it puts the first dependent clause as its own sentence, creating a sentence fragment or incomplete sentence.
"car; Michelle" is incorrect because it places a semicolon in between the two clauses, and semicolons are only used for two independent clauses with no linking or transition word.

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