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When two clauses that could stand alone as independent sentences are joined, the appropriate punctuation is User: When two clauses that could stand alone as independent sentences are joined, the appropriate punctuation is a comma between the clauses a colon between the clauses a semicolon between the clauses no punctuation is needed between the clauses
Weegy: colon is your answer User: Which of the following is an example of a comma splice that could be repaired by using a semicolon? Rory Stewart reported on conditions in Kabul, Afaganistan as part of his job as journalist, now restoring the city's ancient marketplace has become his life's work. Managing a bed and breakfast inn is the perfect career for her: she really enjoys hospitality. Mark Twain loved the Mississippi river it became the inspiration for many of his stories. Developing iPad apps is one of his hobbies he considers himself a techno-geek. Weegy: Rory Stewart reported on conditions in Kabul, Afaganistan as part of his job as journalist, now restoring the city's ancient marketplace has become his life's work. User: A comma splice occurs when a subordinate and an independent clause are joined by a semicolon. may be corrected by replacing a comma joining two independent clauses with a semicolon and a coordinating conjunction. may be corrected by replacing a comma joining two independent clauses with just a semicolon. may be corrected by adding a conjunctive adverb after the comma, and following it with a semicolon. Weegy: Brianis retired and works as a consultant. These questions are easy if you try. I suggest you do them on your own so that you can learn. But thankyou for asking. User: A comma splice Weegy: Parenthesis inidcate a quote made by someone. Commas inidcate a break in the sentence. satisfied with my answer? click good User: Although writers use other methods to link independent clauses, the semicolon serves the additional purpose of: emphatically signaling that the clauses are of great importance. suggesting that the second clause is more important to the reader's understanding than the first clause. indicating a causal relationship or a contrast between the first and second clauses. suggesting that the first clause is more important to the ... (More)
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