Video: semi colons – rule 1


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A semi-colon. We saw that when combining two sentences using for, and, nor, but, or, yet, or so we use a comma. However, when combining two sentences into one but NOT using these words, we use a semi colon. For example; An increasing number of students are attending university; therefore not all graduates will find suitable employment.

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