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17. Which of the following is an important rule regarding colon usage? A. A colon points to an idea in an earlier sentence. B. The words coming before the colon must form a complete sentence. C. A colon only introduces a list. D. A colon can't be used in a question.
An important rule regarding colon usage is: The words coming before the colon must form a complete sentence.
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An important rule regarding colon usage is: The words coming before the colon must form a complete sentence.
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