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Semicolon Questions and Answers (Q&A)

John Smith
Answered: May 29, 2020
True

The two clauses above are independent but very closely related. They can be separated by a semicolon without the use of a conjunction like and, so, but, or, or yet.

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John Adney
Answered: May 04, 2017
This doe not interrupt the sentence abruptly, the dash is unnecessary

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Kylamichelle
Answered: May 29, 2020
Fred loves to eat sushi for breakfast; I, however, like to stick to cereal.

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John Smith
Answered: May 29, 2020
Jayne won the art contest; however, she wasn’t there to receive her prize.

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John Smith
Answered: May 29, 2020
I do know, nevertheless, that I don’t like the new car.

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John Smith
Answered: May 29, 2020
False

To follow the rules, you should write that like: It might snow next week, though; I might have to go to the store for milk and eggs.

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John Smith
Answered: May 29, 2020
Clarify a long list & join two closely related independent clauses

These are the two uses as stated in the tutorial. http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/marks/semicolon.htm

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