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A. You are my friend; however, I cannot afford to lend you any more money.
B. You are my friend; however; I cannot afford to lend you any more money.
C. You are my friend, however; I cannot afford to lend you any more money.
D. You are my friend, however, I cannot afford, to lend you any more money.

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Asked by Ikkefebriani, Last updated: May 28, 2020

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Answered May 19, 2018

You are my friend; however, I cannot afford to lend you any more money.

Use a semicolon before introductory words that begin an independent clause. The semicolon takes the place of a period.
 

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