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Semicolon (;)

The semicolon separates two independent clauses in one sentence when you want to keep the two thoughts more tightly linked than if the clauses were two separate sentences: “I type letters; he types bills.”

Use a semicolon before and a comma after the following words if the words come between two independent clauses.


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