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In which of the following sentences is a semicolon used correctly? A. Joe watered the garden and; the plants did not grow. B. Joe watered the garden; however, the plants did not grow. C. Joe
watered the garden but the plants; did not grow. D. Joe watered; the garden yet the plants did not grow.
B. Joe watered the garden; however, the plants did not grow.
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User: In which sentence is the punctuation correct? A. Marge "said The train is just leaving." B. Marge said The train is just leaving C. Marge said "The train is just leaving". D. Marge said, "The train is just leaving."

User: In which of the following sentences is a semicolon used correctly? A. Joe watered the garden and; the plants did not grow. B. Joe watered the garden; however, the plants did not grow. C. Joe watered the garden but the plants; did not grow. D. Joe watered; the garden yet the plants did not grow.

Weegy: B. Joe watered the garden; however, the plants did not grow.
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