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  1. Semicolons: A Quick Guide How to Use a Semicolon | Grammarly
    Semicolons are as basic as a period stacked on top of a comma. Does that mean you can use it like either one? Here are the rules for using semicolons correctly; we hope you're taking notes.
  2. Semicolon | The Punctuation Guide
    Semicolon. The semicolon is sometimes described as stronger than a comma but weaker than a period. In certain uses, this is a reasonably accurate definition. Yet there is more to the semicolon than that.
  3. Semicolon - Wikipedia
    The semicolon or semi-colon (;) is a punctuation mark that separates major sentence elements. A semicolon can be used between two closely related independent clauses, provided they are not already joined by a coordinating conjunction.
  4. Semicolons | Punctuation Rules
    It's no accident that a semicolon is a period atop a comma. Like commas, semicolons indicate an audible pause—slightly longer than a comma's, but short of a period's full stop. Semicolons have other functions, too. But first, a caveat: avoid the ...
  5. How to use a semicolon - The Oatmeal
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  6. Using Semicolons – The Writing Center – UW–Madison
    Semicolons help you connect closely related ideas when a style mark stronger than a comma is needed. By using semicolons effectively, you can make your writing sound more sophisticated. Rules for Using Semicolons A semicolon is most ...
  7. Semicolons, colons, and dashes - The Writing Center
    This handout explains the most common uses of three kinds of punctuation: semicolons (;), colons (:), and dashes (—). After reading the handout, you will be better able to decide when to use these forms of punctuation in your own writing.
  8. Grammar Bytes! :: The Semicolon - Chomp Chomp
    The semicolon [ ; ] is a powerful mark of punctuation with three uses. The first appropriate use of the semicolon is to connect two related sentences. The pattern looks like this: Complete Sentence + ; + Complete Sentence. Here is an example: .
  9. Introduction to the semicolon (video) | Khan Academy
    [Voiceover] Hello, grammarians. In this video, I'm gonna tell you about a piece of punctuation ...
  10. How to Use Semicolons | Grammar Girl - Quick and Dirty Tips
    Semicolons can help create variety, emphasize relatedness and separate items in a list. Grammar Girl explains how to use them well and improve your writing.
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