Take another look at the passage:

Deidre has to watch her baby constantly, for Mathew likes to crawl around the floorboards and pop anything into his mouth. Such as fuzz-covered candies, dog biscuits, and dead bugs.

You chose to connect the afterthought fragment to the main clause before it, like this:

Deidre has to watch her baby constantly, for Mathew likes to crawl around the floorboards and pop anything into his mouth such as fuzz-covered candies, dog biscuits, and dead bugs.

Unfortunately, you must use a punctuation mark to connect these two parts correctly. Review the rules.

Go back to the sentence to try again.

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